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What are Revise Radiology Courses?
What all courses are included?
Following online courses are available on the website:
1. FRCR Part 1 Anatomy Course
This Anatomy module is designed to cover most of what you would be expected to know in the FRCR Part 1 Anatomy Examination. The software on Revise Radiology has been designed to have similar functionality as the new RCR Platform for the written components of the examination (Practique). This means that you get to practice using shortcuts for manipulation of the images and practice typing in your answers, thereby increasing your speed when you do the actual examination. The Revise Radiology online course includes model answers to all the cases and also allows you to compare your performance with your peers.
2. FRCR 2B Complete Written Course – Recommended!
The complete written course from Revise Radiology with 60 Rapid Reporting and 18 Long Case Packets is a comprehensive course designed to help you pass the Rapid Reporting and Long Case sections of the FRCR 2B Examinations. The software used on this course is almost identical in look and functionality as the new RCR Platform for the written components of the examination (Practique). This means that you get to practice using shortcuts for manipulation of the images and practice typing in your answers, thereby increasing your speed when you do the actual examination. The Revise Radiology online course includes model answers to all the cases and also allows you to compare your performance with your peers. In the rapid reporting section, you also get an insight into whether you have a tendency to overcall or under call x-rays.
3. FRCR 2B Online Viva and Teaching
These are online interactive vivas particularly catered to candidates sitting the FRCR Examinations. The aim of these interactive webinars is to improve presentation techniques and mirror the experience that you get on courses so you have an edge in the examinations. We typically run about 2 sessions per month each lasting about 1-1.5 hours each. The aim is to show about 10 cases in the time with 10 candidates getting the opportunity to be on the hot seat on a first-come-first-served basis. However, even if you don’t get to be on the hot seat, there is almost as much to be gained by just being an observer as you get to see how other candidates present and then get feedback from an examiner not only on the diagnosis but also on presentation technique. There is also a coaching element to these sessions with a view to setting targets for your preparation. A subscription to this also gives you access to our regular teaching webinars on a wide variety of topics relevant to Radiologists preparing for examinations such as the FRCR (Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists, London). These are recorded and are available to view on the website for subscribers. The webinars to date include lectures on Paediatric Radiology, Breast Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiac imaging and Urology.
4. FRCR 2B Rapid Reporting
The FRCR 2B Rapid Reporting course with 60 Rapid Reporting Packets is presented on newly developed software that has been designed to have similar functionality as the new RCR Platform (Practique). This means that you get to practice using shortcuts for manipulation of the images and practice typing in your answers, thereby increasing your speed when you do the actual examination. This Revise Radiology online course includes answers to all the cases and also allows you to compare your performance with your peers. You also get an insight into whether you have a tendency to overcall or under call x-rays.
5. Teaching Webinar recordings
A subscription to this gives you access to recordings of all the webinars we have held on a wide variety of topics relevant to Radiologists preparing for examinations such as the FRCR (Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists, London). The webinars to date include lectures on Paediatric Radiology, Breast Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Musculoskeletal, Cardiac imaging, Urology, Neuroradiology, etc. New recordings are added regularly. Please note this is a recurring subscription so please cancel the subscription before the end of the subscription plan. The recordings do not include the recordings of the online vivas we run twice a month.
What is the advantage of taking these courses?
- The only online written FRCR Course!
- The website has a platform designed to work and feel similar to the RCR.
- You can solve the cases at own pace and convenience.
- Comprehensive model answers will be provided at the end of the course.
- Comparative analysis of results so that you know how you fared as compared to the others.
Are there any reviews for the revise radiology courses?
Dr. Rushikesh Naik writes:
The RR packets in revise radiology are indeed of good quality and the difficulty level is also optimum. Solving more tricky and vaguer packets makes you an overcaller. I guess they have designed the packets so that the beginning and end packets the level is optimum and more difficult are in the mid 10’s. Stick to these and maybe can repeat them once to give you good confidence. The long cases are somewhat too long here but again gives you that practice to see, think and type. In exams may be you don’t get such long cases, but you still fall short of time. So do solve all the long cases in stipulated time when u practice. Thanks, Dr. Koshy for this wonderful platform. The vivas at Southwest were really a confidence booster. The examiners, each chosen one was the best. They pointed out exact flaws and gave the recommendation for correction. That helped. Thanks to Southwest FRCR team for your help. Would recommend this course for all those appearing for 2B.
Dr. Gaurav writes:
I wish to express my gratitude and thanks to Dr.Koshy;; Mr.Collin and all most of all -the examiners in the SouthWest FRCR course.
Dr. Sonal’s review for the 2-day online South West FRCR Kochi course:
It was indeed a great 2 day experience
Everything was way more than perfect. Be it our examiners organisers and of course Dr Koshy
I personally felt a lot of difference in myself after attending just 2 day course. It gave me lot of tips and tricks and made me a lot wiser before approaching the exam because we don’t have first hand experience with UK Examiners as well as there specific guidelines which we were made aware off!
I would highly recommend this course!
Thanks to all the examiners, Dr Koshy and the brilliant team!!!
Dr. Amit writes:
This course has been a great experience in terms of gaining confidence, learning techniques to better present cases and interacting with experienced teachers.
Kudos to Dr Kochi and the team for such a thoughtful and well organised course.
I would strongly recommend the course for fellow FRCR 2B aspirants.
Thanks again and warm regards.
Dr. Avni writes:
It was excellent attending the course Dr Koshy.
For a beginner I could feel the difference between my first and second days performances. The examiners were extremely helpful and supportive, and so also the support team. And you always have been really supportive not just at the course but in the online viva sessions too.
Thank you so much. 😊
Here is a short introductory video by the team:
What kind of support is available?
- Candidates can get support using email and telegram group. Links will be provided in your dashboard once you register.
Is there a trial available?
- There is a trial FRCR anatomy module which you can use. You will get it on your dashboard once you sign up.
What is the pricing?
What is the number of cases available?
It includes over 60 Rapid Reporting Packets and 25 Long Case Packets
Is there any offer or coupon code available?
- Yes! We have an exclusive coupon code for RadioGyan users! Use coupon code radiogyan-spring2020 on Revise Radiology Courses and get FLAT 5% OFF on all courses!
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How do I use the coupon code?
- Register on the website: Sign up or login if you have already registered.
- Go to Dashboard.
- Select the package you would want to subscribe to.
- Select the desired package and there is a coupon code option at the bottom of the page. Insert the coupon code: radiogyan-spring2020.
- Click on continue and you will be directed to the payment page with the discounted price.
Where can I ask for support/help?
You can get in touch with them on their support page.
I am not interested in giving the FRCR how will this help me?
This course is mainly intended for Radiologists interested in taking the FRCR course. But otherwise, too the cases are general radiology cases so you will be benefited from the course.
If you have taken the course and wish to give feedback you can contact me: Contact
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