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    Hello everyone!

    I plan to practise OSCEs for my upcoming First Year Exams, and was wondering if anyone had any mark schemes or sheets that I'd be able to use and adapt.

    Thanks!

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    The unofficial guide to passing osces is fantastic also!

    Although for first year exams I doubt you need to be able to do much.. Just practise with yours friends etc. there's websites and books are more aimed for OSCEs third year and upwards xx
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    (Original post by dooodles)
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    The unofficial guide to passing osces is fantastic also!

    Although for first year exams I doubt you need to be able to do much.. Just practise with yours friends etc. there's websites and books are more aimed for OSCEs third year and upwards xx
    Thank you very much!
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    There are different ways of marking OSCEs - the mark sheet could have long checklists of things the examiner's got to tick off one by one, or it could literally be 'Did the student live up to the standard you would expect of an [FY1] pass/fail'.

    I do not know what end of the spectrum your OSCE will be.
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    There are different ways of marking OSCEs - the mark sheet could have long checklists of things the examiner's got to tick off one by one, or it could literally be 'Did the student live up to the standard you would expect of an [FY1] pass/fail'.

    I do not know what end of the spectrum your OSCE will be.
    I believe mine is the checklist style, with 1 mark in addition for good rapport.
 
 
 
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