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Single Best Answer. Type A questions consist of a stem and require selection of the ‘most appropriate’ response. The challenge here is that all the distractors may be correct, however one is a ‘better’ answer than the rest. So, make sure to read all the options!
Statement & Reasoning. Type B questions consist of a statement (S) and a reason (R) in which you need to determine the relationship between the two. Firstly, determine whether S and R are true or false, if S and R are both true you will then need to determine whether R explains S.
Our medical illustrator has been working tirelessly to produce original illustrations that reference Rohens Atlas but decontextualize and simplify the images, helping develop your visual memory and allowing you to focus on the landmarks and relations between anatomical structures – essential for your GSSE prep!
GSSE Spot test! Who’s confident with their digital anatomy? This is a follow-on post from last week’s spot test on the anatomy of the hand.
GSSE practice question! Here’s another of our true/false (type X) questions to help with your exam preparation.
Spot test! The hand is one of the most complex and beautiful pieces of natural engineering in the human body, allowing for such versatility from power grasp to precision manipulation.
The numerous foramen of the skull base are collectively known as the cranial foramina and are most commonly considered in the context of the cranial nerves. It is essential to be able to identify the various foramen and the structures they transmit.
Development of the gastrointestinal tract is fascinating, and a good understanding of this process helps to explain the subsequent location, supply and innervation of the abdominal viscera and sections of the GIT.