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What Does The Perfect Online Exam Revision Site Look Like?

Written by Jeremy Walker · Monday 25th February 2013

Over 20% of UK medical students have used our exam room to revise. It's one of the most heavily utilised parts of Meducation and one of the most popular. But it's been a while since we did any work on it, something that we're about to rectify! We want to give you the opportunity to tell us how to make it even better!

What's There Already?

To recap where we're at currently. We have:

  • Thousands of questions (a mixture of SBAs, MCQs and EMQs) split into over 30 categories.
  • You can take exams of between 10 and 50 questions.
  • You can time your exam if you're Premium
  • You can compare your results in each question to the rest of the community and, if you're Premium, your medical school or year.
  • You can comment on questions and vote them up or down.

What Do You Want Improving?

So this is your opportunity. What does a perfect online exam revision section look like?

What features would you love? What annoys you? We want make the perfect section to help you practice for your exams, so please tell us what you want included. Post a comment below with your ideas on. If you agree with what someone else has said, please vote their comment up. Those that get voted up lots, we'll definitely try and implement!

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Fergus Evans
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Medical Student - Aberdeen
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Posted about 6 years ago
It'd be good if we could re-take exams - i.e. if we wanted to do the same length of exam on the same range of topics again we could just click a button rather than having to go back, re-select everything and rename it. Also the summary graphs at the to
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Thomas Lemon
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Posted about 6 years ago
Defo agree with above - also ability to print out comment notes per speciality . i.e I have done all the haem questions - I don't want to do them again - but I want to have copy of the feedback and comments for all the questions. Furthermore, if they c
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Jonathan Chernick
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Medical Student
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Posted about 6 years ago
It would be good if the different topics could include the basic physiology. At Manchester and other medical schools across the UK, the basic physiology is learnt first before the clinical information. At Manchester, we do topics semester-by-semester, so
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Rupali Shah
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Medical Student - Cardiff
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Posted about 6 years ago
I agree with all the comments above. Some of the explanations in ENT were a bit vague. eg, the qn about sensorineural deafness. I think a little more detail would be really beneficial. I think that if there were pictures/diagrams in the explanatio
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Thomas Lemon
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Posted over 5 years ago
The explanation underneath. Passmedicine is by far the premium choice as far as this goes at the moment - hence why so many students keep up a constant registration. They also have prescribing test support and sjt support chucked in the mix. It rea
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