This app is very useful to all medical students preparing for Plab 1 exams.
it contains full explanation of 1700mcqs by Dr khakeed. the apps has two parts .1700mcqs unaswered parts and the other parts are answered.
Here is recommendation of 1700mcqs for all students preparing to take plabs
The Gold standard for PLAB understanding is the basic PLAB-1 1700 MCQs. I would recommend doing Dr. Khalid Saifullah’s 1700 with explanation in the first month. Go through the 1700 MCQS at least once or twice by doing 100 to 200 MCQs daily. You may not be able to understand a few although the explanation to each is very detailed, carefully written and constantly updated by Dr. Khalid. The link to this document is available on the Facebook ‘PLAB’ group. (I will find the link and attach below). You can easily read the 1700 twice in the first month.
Samson Notes for PLAB-1 is the most precise and authentic source to prepare for the PLAB-1 exam. They are much smaller in size as compared with other sources such as Oxford Handbook. Although they are not detailed, the explanation is sufficient for you to remember a one line management plan as required in the Exam. The Notes cover all the topics and subjects including Medical Ethics. The notes are very easy to understand and comprehend therefore it is advisable to cram them entirely so that your chance of missing any question in the exam goes to negligible. I did the notes in 12 days only. I’m absolutely sure that the notes will be on your finger tips if you give them one complete month. (Remember to be safe). I had some difficulty while doing Neurology and Anatomy from the notes because it was too short. For that I consulted First Aid for USMLE STEP-1 (for Neurology) and Kaplan Handbook of Anatomy (for Blood and Nerve Supply of Upper and Lower Limbs). Once you cover the Samson Notes in the 2nd month, the 1700 MCQS will start making a lot of sense to you and your confidence level will reach new heights.
Last 2 weeks
Lastly, the Samson Mocks for PLAB-1 are the most important tool to ace PLAB-1 Exam. There are 7 Mocks available on the PLAB group on Facebook. These Mock Papers are formed by Dr. Samson Chissi from Samson Academy, London. Each Mock is important and will be your test to assess your preparation. It is therefore recommended to time each Mock by giving yourself exact 2 hours. After following this preparation plan you will probably score around 66% to 75% in all Mocks. You are required to cover one Mock daily. You will be done with 7 Mocks in 7 days. Once you cover and pass all the mocks, you will be in a very confident position to enter the PLAB-1 Exam because the Mock scenarios are the closest to the exam. (Not the 1700 MCQs). The topics are the same, the options are the same, the clinical scenarios are the same, just that they are differently written in the exam. Remember you still have 7 Days left. In the last 7 Days, revise the Samson Notes from the Book or from your own notes if you have written them down (advisable).