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Exam preparation: Resources

This guide contains resources provided by the ANZCA library to support your exam preparation.

Titles hyperlinked in crimson, can be accessed by clicking the heading.

Titles without a hyperlink are hardcopy resources only and can be requested via the discovery service. Access and request items from the complete hardcopy list here.

What's on this page?

  • General exam help
  • Written exams - general
  • Written exams - MCQs
  • Written exams - SAQs
  • Vivas (Oral & clinical exams)
  • Pain & intensive care medicine
  • Journals

General exam help

The following texts are either excellent primers, or recommended aids to helping you study better.

Written exams - general

The following texts have a specific section or focus on written exams.

Written exams - MCQs

The following texts have a multiple choice question (MCQ) section or focus.

Written exams - SAQs

The following texts have a short answer question (SAQ) or constructed response question (CRQ) section or focus.

VIVAs (Oral & clinical examination)

The following texts have a specific section or focus on oral exams or clinical examination.

Pain and intensive care medicine

The following texts have a specific section or focus on written exams.


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