We all love mnemonics for the reason that they help us memorize facts and important medical stuff in a way which is easy and less-forgetting. You must agree to this saying if you are preparing to take the MRCP Part 1, 2 or PACES Exam. The curriculum designed by the Royal College of Physicians, U.K is nerve-wracking and very tough. So, in order for you to be able to learn important medical facts, you must employ usage of mnemonics to ease the overall preparation and pressure that you suffer. Today, in this article we are going to share with you MRCP Part 1 & 2 Mnemonics which we found via a lost Google Drive repository (owned by some Only MRCP guy). These MRCP Mnemonics are related to high-yield and important MRCP exam topics and so you are highly recommended to use them during your preparation for the exam!
In addition to the Google Drive repository, we also came across another useful book of MRCP Mnemonics called, An Aid to the MRCP Essential Lists Facts and Mnemonics. This book has been authored by Nicholas K. Boeckx and it contains very important and easy-to-remember MRCP mnemonics. You will be able to download this book into PDF format at the end of this article. 🙂
Our most desired MRCP Mnemonics Book:
Mnemonics for MRCP by Timothy Nicholson
Don’t get excited! 🙁 We don’t have this book (as of now). This is a premium MRCP Mnemonics book developed by Pastest and currently, it is not available for downloading.
We’ll upload it here as soon as we get our hands on it! 🙂
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MRCP Mnemonics PDF Download
In this part of the article, you will be able to download MRCP Mnemonics PDF using our Google Drive repository links. You may instantly access these MRCP Mnemonics using the direct links mentioned at the end of this article.
Below are the direct download links pointing to MRCP Mnemonics PDF:
1. An Aid to the MRCP Essential Lists Facts and Mnemonics (Click here to download)
2. Collection of MRCP Mnemonics (Click here to browse in Google Drive)
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE! 🙂