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I failed the PSA and wondered if anyone is resitting and if they know when?
Any tips to pass the next sitting?
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I believe resits are in June?

I did all the mock exams twice and the following question banks:
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- BMJ OnExam
- Geeky Medics
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What’s a PSA
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What’s a PSA
Prescribing Safety Assessment (prescribing exam)
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Prescribing Safety Assessment (prescribing exam)
Ohhh thanks!
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I believe resits are in June?

I did all the mock exams twice and the following question banks:
- Passmed (twice)
- BMJ OnExam
- Geeky Medics
Thank you.
My university has said that the next national sitting is set automatically and it's in March. Am I right to challenge this, as I feel the university is rushing it's students in sitting the exam rather than giving them the option to resit at an appropriate time?
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Thank you.
My university has said that the next national sitting is set automatically and it's in March. Am I right to challenge this, as I feel the university is rushing it's students in sitting the exam rather than giving them the option to resit at an appropriate time?
You can try, but if this is the arrangement your uni has then I'm not sure how likely it will change. Not sure when your finals are/were, but ours are in April so don't think I'd be happy to resit in March.

At Warwick we were given the option of either the Feb or March (and maybe another one) sit as our first sit, with resits in June.
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Hi there, do you think the resit will be similar to the paper we had?
How do you think it is best to tackle the interactions questions and which drug is causing what?
Do you think medicines complete is better?

Thanks !!
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I have my first sitting in March - does anyone have any tips? It's the week after our finals will a week be enough?

I've been doing general pharmacology revision for the PSA for finals - but I haven't gone through the Pass the PSA book yet. Should I be worried?
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You can try, but if this is the arrangement your uni has then I'm not sure how likely it will change. Not sure when your finals are/were, but ours are in April so don't think I'd be happy to resit in March.

At Warwick we were given the option of either the Feb or March (and maybe another one) sit as our first sit, with resits in June.
Thank you. I don't think it will change, it's already arranged and I was notified today about the resit, so I guess now it's fresh I better man up and do it. Finals are May / June
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I have my first sitting in March - does anyone have any tips? It's the week after our finals will a week be enough?

I've been doing general pharmacology revision for the PSA for finals - but I haven't gone through the Pass the PSA book yet. Should I be worried?
I think a revision of the actual psa exam will be a good idea because general pharmacology revision won't tackle certain aspects of prescribing that are with current guidelines
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