Prescribing Practice Papers
These brand new Practice Papers are designed specifically for UK medical students, helping you prepare for your final year Prescribing Exams. The questions are based upon the UK Prescribing Safety Assessment (PSA) blueprint and use a replica exam interface. There are 120 questions split across 3 individual papers, including a 60-item practice exam not previously available.
There is in-depth feedback for each question and unlimited attempts on each of the practice papers, allowing candidates to learn where they’re going wrong and understand how to fix it. The papers are all aligned to the British National Formulary and written by UK experts, highlighting best practice procedures expected of newly qualified doctors.
You can buy these papers individually or purchase all 3 together at a discount.
Get ahead with PSA Prep, a new collection of FREE eLearning sessions for medical students preparing to sit the Prescribing Safety Assessment.
Written and reviewed by a team of UK experts, the 9 eLearning sessions in PSA Prep provide you with a detailed outline of each of the question styles found in the Prescribing Safety Assessment. Each session addresses areas of the exam commonly found difficult among candidates, such as dealing with the time pressure, calculations, the exam format and identifying the key points in clinical scenarios.
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Better Prescribing, Better Patient Safety
BPS Assessment is the learning and assessment branch of the British Pharmacological Society. We aim to drive improvement in medication safety worldwide, through knowledge assessment and learning.
We work side by side with the Society to develop products and services that help institutions all over the world in the teaching of good prescribing practice and the assessment of prescribing knowledge.