Welcome to Passmed

Passmed is an online medical exam revision platform with high quality question banks that mirror current examinations. Our question banks are continually revised and updated by qualified doctors based on exam takers feedback and medical board requirements to offer you the best preparatory material to pass your exams.

3 steps to success

1.

Choose your exam

2.

Start your revision

3.

Review your performance

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Perfect Practice

Each exam module contains over 1000 MCQs with a focus on quality and not quantity. We only include the most relevant content for that exam to ensure that your time is spent efficiently preparing and learning.

Focused Learning

Our powerful Qbanks are supported by high quality, to-the-point explanations that clarify which answers are correct and provide a clear understanding of the question topic

Personalised Feedback

All of our study sessions will be recorded on your personalised dashboard and provide you with insights as to your performance and progress. It allows you to highlight areas that need more work and compare your results with others.

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Each exam module contains over 1000 MCQs with a focus on quality and not quantity. We only include the most relevant content for that exam to ensure that your time is spent efficiently preparing and learning.

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Exams booked and 4 months to prepare for the first step in reaching my dream of becoming a specialist. More than enough time but sufficiently short enough to apply some pressure to start studying. Or so I thought. The demands of work...

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Doctor Shortage

There is a global shortage of healthcare workers estimated by the WHO to reach a deficit of 12.9 million by 2035. This is more than the population of Cyprus, Denmark and Finland combined. Many countries are struggling to reach the...

5th Jun 2018Blog

Top Study Tips

1. Study, Sleep, Repeat. Sleep is almost as important as study time. It’s during this downtime that the brain strengthens new memories which means that there is a good chance we’ll remember whatever we review right before we sleep....

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