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Hi guys. I was just wondering how far in advance if finals exams do people recommend booking revision courses. I have finals in June next year and was wondering whether February would be too early? Do these courses help significantly with finals prep?

Thanks for any advice
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February isn't too early to start revising.
Revision courses don't offer good value for money in my opinion - better just studying your course notes; doing question banks; and seeing patients in real life.
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Agreed with the above.

You don’t need to do anything new in final year if you’ve gotten through the last 4 years without an issue.
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If money is not an issue (i.e. it won't impact you in any way), they are probably worthwhile to go as you will learn something beneficial. Are they essential? No. You will likely perform a bit better exams, though.
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