Medical finals in Oxford comprise a written and clinical component.
Information on the clinical OSCE is limited. This section of the site attempts to provide some data on the likely cases and follow up questions you may encounter in the finals OSCE.
The finals OSCE is organised into 7 stations with a specified time limit for each. On the sound of a bell one station finishes and you move to the next.
This site is arranged in a similar manner to the OSCE. The data and questions / comments for each station may be found by following the appropriately named link in the right hand navigation box of this page.
This data depends on you being generous enough to pass on your finals experiences. Please click on the link to add your finals OSCE to the site
Note: Please note that this section is not endorsed in any way by the respective Medical School - it is produced for students based upon the feedback of other students, and is only a guide to help you ensure that you cover the important topics that frequently arise in exams. It is rather similar to the frequency data found in some popular MRCP textbooks.