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Dashboard

This page gives you a quick overview of your progress, at a glance. Make sure that you keep on track with your study timetable. It also give you access to all the other sections.

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Learning Objectives

The ANZCA Learning Outcomes are listed, grouped by topic. Every MCQ and SAQ that is set by the College must be referenced to a Learning Outcome.

Tick off your progress as you go and make sure that you have covered all the material.

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Short Answer Questions

The past SAQs from 1999 onwards are listed, grouped by topic. Easily access the related Examiner's Report and model answers from the Propofol Dreams and Amanda Diaz websites, and also any user submitted model answers.

Generate a random SAQ paper to test yourself.

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Multiple Choice Questions

This section comprises of remembered MCQs, compiled from various sources including the Kerry Brandis website. I've also made up some answer options when too many were missing. Answers and reasons are crowd sourced. The point is not to rote learn answers, but to use them as a test of your general knowledge and a starting point to read around the topic.

The order of the answer options randomises each time you set a new test.

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Vivas

This section compiles the opening questions/viva topics that are published in the Examiner's Reports. Anything that can be an SAQ can also be asked in the vivas, though the peripheral topics seem to be examined more often in the vivas, probably because more core topics come out in the SAQs. This will give you an idea of common questions, though to prepare for the vivas, you really need to just do lots of practice vivas after the written.

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Global Search

Type in a key word and see all the Learning Objective, Short Answer Questions, Multiple Choice Questions and Viva opening questions that contain the search term.

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My Resources

Gather together and store any useful documents, articles, notes, pictures, etc, that you come across. Kind of like a study related dropbox.

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Study Notes

Under construction. Contains some of my own notes, which are incomplete. Probably best used to quickly brush up something, rather than trying to use it to learn a topic. It ties in with the Test Me section below.

Do not rely solely on one source of information. There is no substitute to reading around a topic, using multiple resources, and writing your own notes.

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Test Me

Also under construction. Can be used to generate a random pop quiz, to consolidate your memory.

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Tutors Section

This section is intended for use by tutors. It allows practice viva documents to be categorised, grouped into collections and easily accessed. I plan to expand the functionality of this section.

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Study Plan

My objective with this section is to force you to actually think properly about how much of a time commitment you need to make to prepare for this exam. Plan out your study timetable. Stick to it!

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To Do

 

Create a simple to do list.

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Paper Analysis

A look at how frequently topics comes up as an SAQ in each paper. No surprises, the core topics are tested most consistently. 

Don't waste too much time trying to predict the questions in the upcoming paper! This section is more for tutors.

Latest Features in Version 1.65

  • Linked Learning Objectives to the Primary Learning Outcome of the Day website to easily search for related posts
  • Export lists of LOs, SAQs, MCQs and Vivas to txt format for use in your own notes
  • SAQ and MCQ Test histories saved

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