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Topics Covered | Exam Preparation
This online Neurology SCE question bank is the first its kind and allows you to study via categorised revision. The resource mirrors the MRCPUK's exam blueprint and is divided into the following topics:
Disorders of consciousness and epilepsy
Disorders of the cranial nerves and visual system
Disorders of the peripheral nervous system and muscle
Disorders of the spinal cord and motor neurone disease
Neurological disorders in special groups (e.g. elderly, children, pregnancy, end of life)
Neurophysiology, neuroradiology, neuropathology
Cognitive and behavioural neurology
Management (neurosurgery, intensive care, neuro-rehabilitation, clinical pharmacology)
Pain and headache
Editor | Neurology SCE
Dr Timothy Rittman | Consultant Neurologist
"This question bank is a great resource for those preparing for the Neurology SCE, covering all the topics in the exam. The questions are designed to be challenging and help you to prepare as thoroughly as possible, finding and plugging gaps in your knowledge."
I am a Consultant Neurologist, currently working at both Queen Square and Northwick Park Hospitals. I
successfully completed my undergraduate degrees at Cambridge University and MIT, and then proceeded to complete my Neurology training in London at both Imperial College London and UCLH's National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery,
Currently, I am funded by Wellcome-EPSRC for research into augmenting epilepsy surgery using machine learning and big data.
I am a Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and Honorary Associate Professor
at University College London.
My special clinical interests are the diagnosis and treatment of dizziness, balance and eye movement disorders. I have written over 100 papers on clinical and basic aspects of eye movements,
balance and spatial orientation, and several book chapters. I am an active teacher in vestibular neurology, regular International invited speaker on vestibular neuroscience topics, and run a popular dizziness and balance workshop for medical
professionals in London.
I am honoured to contribute to StudyPRN because it shares my passion for case-based learning that is clinically relevant and practical.
I am a Neurology Doctor based in London. I originally studied medicine at university, also intercalating in
Following my graduation, I went on to complete an Academic Foundation Programme, before moving into a National Institute of Health Research funded Academic Clinical Fellowship at the level of core
medical training. During this period, I completed Membership of the Royal College of Physicians exams.
Over the course of my integrated clinical-academic training, I also authored scientific papers, won prizes, and obtained
a grant in order to conduct research abroad. More recently, I’ve also successfully completed my Neurology Specialty Certificate Examination.
Outside of work, I’m incredibly artistic and enjoy yoga as well as
I have worked as Consultant Neurologist and Neurophysiologist in General District Hospitals, first in
Italy and then in the United Kingdom for over 10 years, accumulating a vast amount of experience.
Currently, I am the Clinical Director for Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust. My
main areas of interest are epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology, along with neuromuscular diseases.
I have maintained a link with clinical research and have an interest in education, currently acting as an educational
supervisor and Honorary Senior Clinical lecturer for the University of Birmingham.
Outside of work, I play the flute and enjoy reading and discussing philosophical topics (even whilst running!)
I am a Consultant Neuropathologist at Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge, Service Lead for Neuropathology in
Cambridge, and Director of the Cambridge Brain Bank. Additionally, I am the Programme Secretary for the British Neuropathological Society. I have over 50 peer-reviewed publications and over 700 citations.
successfully completed my BSc hons St Andrews (2003), MB ChB Edinburgh (2006), FRCPath (neuro) - Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists with subspecialty accreditation in neuropathology and EFN (European Fellow of Neuropathology).
I am a Consultant Neurologist presently based in Connecticut, USA. Primarily, I consider myself to be a clinician, and enjoy learning from and teaching at the bedside.
During my medical schooling at Grant Medical College in Mumbai, I was motivated by an incredibly inspirational set of teachers to specialise in neurology. I subsequently moved to the USA, where I completed my residency and fellowship training in clinical neurophysiology.
StudyPRN was extremely helpful in my SCE preparation, and I would recommend it for its clinically sound, high-yield question bank that allowed for a quick recap of a wide range of topics in the weeks leading up to the exam.
I qualified with distinction as a doctor in London in 1997, obtained my PhD from Imperial College in 2009, my FRCP
in 2018 and my SFHEA in 2019.
For much of the last decade I have worked as a Consultant Neurologist and headache specialist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square London. I currently mainly
work in medical education, and I am a course co-director on UCL's distance learning MSc course in clinical neurology based at Queen Square.
I am a Consultant Neurologist and Senior Clinical Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. My
clinical interest is in cognitive neurology, particularly Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD). These are two rare types of dementia that cause problems with movement and cognition.
an interest in public engagement with science through the arts as the scientific adviser to the Folkestone Festival of the Brain, and I am an adviser to the Steering Committee for the World Young Leaders in Dementia.
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Neurology Revision | Customer Reviews
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27th Feb 2021 | Neurology SCE
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8th Feb 2021 | Neurology SCE
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“The course helped my revision and gave a good reflection of areas that needed more work. I would suggest candidates go through the questions more than once, especially ones you initially get wrong. Use the opportunity to contact the editor and get feedback on your answers. The further reading links also make for good revision and cover some important text.”
28th Dec 2020 | Neurology SCE
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