We're excited to announce we will be launching this week and the migration for this will start on Thursday, 22nd April 2021 at 3 AM (UK time) and may take up to 4 hours to complete. During this time, the website and mobile app will be unavailable.
All app users who have been using the offline mode will need to switch the app into an online mode to synchronise their data with the main database before migration. Please ensure you do this before Thursday, 22nd of April.
We hope you will enjoy the new platform as much as we do!
Have a read about the Revision Course on our Facebook comment page. If you have any questions in regards to our course, you could always comment or ask any of our previous candidates!
We have been working really hard on the April 2021 Big Mock for the online Revision Course commencing this weekend, preparing you for the May exam. Join the course and the discussion for the Big Mock which will be held on the last day of the revision. It's going to be great fun, as always!
Unfortunately, this course stream will not be recorded, so do not miss out! It is the largest PLAB 1 preparation course in the UK, so we know we have to make it the best one yet! We hope to see you all there!
We are getting an increasing amount of questions if we are doing a second course in May 2021 before the May PLAB 1 exam. Unfortunately, we are not. We are only doing one course before the May exam, which is the one held in April. We are doing it in April to leave you with enough time to review the teaching material and lecture notes. We hope by doing the course early, we can point you towards a more systematic approach and work towards using the last 4 weeks before your exam wisely. This course is specifically tailored for those sitting for the May exam.
It will be held on the weekend. -17th, 18th, 24th, 25th April 2021
Hope to see you there.
There are many recommended question banks to prepare for PLAB. Our advice is to look for ones which are registered and operated in the UK (which means you pay great British pounds for the resources). A minority of question banks based outside of the UK (for example: in the United States) that cater for the PLAB exam (a UK base exam) may not operate legitimately (do check!). We have come across question banks who have misused copyrighted information taken from UK operated question banks. They do so because they do not work in the NHS and their team does not reside in the UK and therefore they have limited experience in the NHS system. They get away with stealing questions and explanations from UK based companies because it is much harder (costing several hundred thousand) to fight a legal battle internationally. So before you purchase a subscription to a question bank, think, are you supporting something that is ethical?
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