Medical Exam Tutor for Universities

Content Across a Whole Range of Specialties

Medical Exam Tutor is designed for use, both as a revision tool, and as a learning resource throughout the clinical years. As such, we have assembled a body of content across a whole range of specialties and sub specialties.

All of our cases are based on real life patient encounters, and are sourced from individual specialty consultants, using in depth case notes and discussions to create a colourful interactive experience. With immediate feedback straight from these specialists, Medical Exam Tutor is second only to real patient contact, in terms of improving your patient management skills.

Take control of your exam preparation with 24/7 access to our virtual patients and manage your progress with our unique tracking dashboard. Study expert created content that you can trust. There is no better way to prepare for your final medical exams.

Medical exam Tutor is an ideal resource for both undergraduate medical exams, and postgraduate licensing exams, such as the USMLE, PLAB or PRES. Here are just some of the exams for which Medical Exam Tutor can aid your preparation.

Medical Exam Tutor caters to each of the major specialties.

Medical Exam Tutor features cases in:

Anaesthetics

Breast Surgery

Cardiology

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Colorectal Surgery

Dermatology

Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery

Emergency Medicine

Endocrine Surgery

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

General Medicine

General Practice

General Surgery

Genetics

Geriatric Medicine

Gynaecology

Haematology

Immunology

Infectious Diseases

Maxillofacial Surgery

Medical Devices

Metabolic Disorders

Nephrology

Neurology

Neurosurgery

Obstetrics

Oncology

Ophthalmology

Orthopaedics

Paediatrics

Peri-operative care

Plastic Surgery

Prescribing

Professionalism

Psychiatry

Radiology

Respiratory

Rheumatology

Trauma

Tropical Medicine

Upper GI Surgery

Urology

Vascular Surgery

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