The Physician Associate National Licensing Certification and Recertification examinations are the only routes by which physician associate students and practising physician associates demonstrate that they have the necessary skills and knowledge to practise in the UK. The National Licensing exam comprises of two main components: a written examination and an OSCE examination whereas the Recertification exam involves only a written examination.
At Plabable for PA, we focus on high yield questions written and reviewed by qualified physician associates that mimic the written component of the National Certification and Recertification exam giving you the best opportunity to pass on the first attempt. The written component of the National Certification and Recertification exam is a combined 4-hour, paper-based examination comprising a total of 200 single best answer questions which is sat in two 2 hour sessions, each comprising 100 questions.
We take pride in staying on par with the current changes in the NHS and we consistently update our questions and explanations. The answers we provide on Plabable for PA are evidence-based and our explanations are from various reliable sources including NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries, NICE guidelines and patient.info. Our questions are written and reviewed by qualified physician associates ensuring the level and standard is that expected for the national licensing certification exam and closely match the physician associate core competency framework.
Revise on the go with features including:
●High yield questions written by PAs and NHS specialists
●Practise questions by categories outlined in the Matrix specification
●Timed mock practices
●Question flagging for ease of revision
●Dedicated Whatsapp groups for discussion
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