Medical Student Finals
With thousands of practice questions and learning resources, we can support you through the final hurdles of medical school, however you prefer to learn
Includes SBA, EMQ and SAQ question types
Schools & Specifications
When it comes to Medical Student Finals, it’s best to be clear on your school’s exam format before you start revising, as each finals exam is unique to its institution. Our revision content allows you to select questions based on which med school you attend, so you know you’re covering exactly the right topics and question types.
Our revision materials are designed to cover the core topics on any medical school course for final years, no matter how they’re planning to specialise. Pastest’s Medical Student Finals questions cover both Medicine and Surgery, from Cardiology to Cardiothoracic, from Nephrology to Neurosurgery, and everything in between.
Our Medical Student Finals subscription is geared towards the final year exam, for students in the fourth or fifth year of their undergraduate medicine course. While medical students of any year can practice their skills and knowledge with our resources, the questions are at a level better suited to final years, although the extra practice would be beneficial to any student.
Medical schools generally offer placements for medical students in their final years, whether clinical, community placement, or Student Assistantship placements. In these placements, students can essentially experience the duties of a newly qualified doctor, including shift-work and being on-call, whether in general medicine, surgery, general practice, acute medicine, etc. This will give you the hands-on experience necessary to help you progress, with our online subscription bolstering your knowledge and exam performance.
Formats & Familiarity
The Medical Student Finals exam contains a variety of format types in the way questions are presented. These include Single Best Answer (SBA), Short Answer Marked and Extended Matching Questions (EMQs). Any of these questions can contain some form of media or data interpretation, so being familiar with the exam is highly recommended.