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Current Mock Workshop Schedule:
We try our best to continually add new workshops. With each workshops, 2 new stations are released.
All the workshops are free for questionbank subscribers.
How our Mock Workshops work
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The mock interview workshops are free for all paying subscribers of the question bank. There’s no additional fee for joining, and we encourage you to come to as many as you can.
Our first provisional date for the mock interview is the 23rd of October. Keep an eye out for a blog post update.
These sessions usually last around 90 minutes, we send around some videos beforehand to help candidates who have had less experience with acting, doing mocks, etc. These tend to take place on a Saturday or Sunday morning, and we make sure a current OST is present to field questions.
The workshops are practice sessions for you, and thus won’t be recorded – even if you don’t attend, your question bank will have the new stations released on the workshop dates so you can practice with a friend in your own time.
For the 2020 entry, the competition ratio was 75 posts to 430 applicants – the ratio was 5.73. However, don’t let this put you off! It’s a structured process and practice makes perfect.
Yes! We have 15 patient consultations ready to go – these have been developed closely base on the experience of people who have done the 2021 interviews virtually. Currently, the question bank is ready for practice but we are rolling out updates in early October.
Not directly – the communication stations are the focus on the interviews. The reason we have put in high-yield clinical notes is because it helps to have some general background knowledge of common management (e.g. steroids for uveitis, driving standards) which can come up in the context of the patient consultation.
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HEE has indicated that the formats will remain the same this year. Like you, we await confirmation from the college – stay tuned for our blog posts summarising the 2022 interview format from the official posts and the RCOPhth podcast.
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This course is designed to develop your understanding of clinical ophthalmology!