Video Review Course: Exam Revision Techniques

Studying Exam Revision Techniques

Dr Andrew Prendergast discusses effective exam revision techniques

Exam Revision Techniques Chapters

  • Revision Techniques
  • How to revise
  • Example MCQ
  • Caffey's disease
  • Memory and learning
  • Active revision
  • Memory ideas
  • Mnemonics
  • Pictoral revision
  • Side effects of CBZ
  • Diagram
  • Mind Maps
  • Mind map example
  • Linked images - stories
  • Fanconi's syndrome
  • a story
  • a story (contd)
  • a story (contd)
  • Caffey's disease
  • Mental 'hooks'
  • Mental 'hooks' (contd)
  • Exaggerated patient
  • Becker and Duchenne
  • Cyclosporin
  • Other ideas
  • Whatever you do...
  • Feedback

Lecturer: Dr Andrew Prendergast

MA MRCPCH DTM&H Spr Paediatrics in Infectious Diseases, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Andrew Prendergast graduated from St Mary's and undertook paediatric training on the Cambridge/Great Ormond Street rotation. He undertook the Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and has worked in Paediatric Infectious Diseases at Great Ormond Street and St Mary's Hospitals. He is currently a paediatric specialist registrar on the North Thames training scheme.


  • 26 minutes


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