Final FRCA Revision Course

Mon, 11/02/2019 to Fri, 15/02/2019
Royal College of Anaesthetists
CPD Credits Anticipated: 
Fully booked
Clinical Content Lead(s): 
Dr Alex Goodwin | Trainee Liaisons: Dr Laura Elgie and Dr Jenny Abthorpe

This revision course is designed for those who are preparing to sit the Final FRCA Written examination. Delegates will gain detailed knowledge on topics covered in the exam syllabus, and will leave with a better understanding on what examiners are looking for when marking answers to exam questions.

Key areas that are commonly known for their difficulty will be covered, and additional learning and exam practice will be supported by MCQ and SAQ papers and small group tutorial sessions. This combination of learning methods will ensure that candidates are well prepared for their forthcoming Final FRCA Written examination.

Attending the course will provide candidates with:

  • A clearer understanding of the structure and format of the exam
  • An appreciation for the breadth and depth of knowledge required to pass the exam
  • Enhanced knowledge on how to pass the Final FRCA Examination.

Delegate feedback from the July 2018 course:

  • Excellent. A must attend!
  • Excellent overview to kickstart revision
  • A very useful course for anyone considering taking the Final FRCA.



Price information

All days £420
One day £95

Booking information

Please note that this course is now fully booked. If you have any queries please contact the events team at or on 020 7092 1673.

At the time of booking you will also have the option to purchase the Guide to the FRCA Examination: The Final at a reduced price of £10 (RRP £26).




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