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Course Framework

The Australian Medical Review Centre Multiple Choice Question Bridging Course is a five (5) week full time course which is primarily made up of tuitions covering the various topics and scenarios that are frequently encountered in the Australian Medical Practice and in the AMC CAT MCQ examination.

The course runs from Monday to Friday with varying time schedules depending on the needs of the doctor taking the course.  It would take place at Level 1 7-9 Churchill Ave., Strathfield, NSW 2135.

Three Trial Examinations with feedback will be held during the course which will give you a perspective on how the Australian Medical Council Computer Adaptive Test Multiple Choice Question (AMC CAT MCQ) exam is conducted and let you gauge yourself on how you pace yourself during the exam and assess which areas you are having difficulty with. 

The trial examination is patterned from the content blueprint of the AMC CAT MCQ examination which is composed of 46 questions in Medicine, 32 question in Surgery, 18 in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 18 in Paediatrics, 18 in Psychiatry and 18 in Population Health having a total of 150 questions. Students have 3.5 hours to do the trial examination on individual computers followed by feedback session.

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