Rheumatology SCE

This online exam revision database of 381 multiple choice questions will enable you to prepare for the Specialty Certificate Exam (SCE) in Rheumatology.
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Resource Overview

Get the exam result you need in your Rheumatology SCE with our course which contains spot on sample exam questions that are written by nationally recognised experts in medical education and rheumatology, and designed specifically to help you pass this must-have exam.

What does our StudyPRN Rheumatology SCE course cover?
Paediatric and adolescent rheumatology
Clinical science and pharmacology
Adult osteoarthritis/soft tissue/regional/widespread pain
Adult metabolic and bone disease
Adult inflammatory arthritis incl. crystal arthropathies
Adult infection, neoplasia and miscellaneous
Adult connective tissue disorders

What will you gain by taking our StudyPRN Rheumatology SCE course?
You'll learn the ins-and-outs of the exam and receive a full explanation and feedback on your answers.
The opportunity to practice and answer questions that appropriately represent the real exam.
The chance to review your performance and focus on your areas of weakness.

MRCP UK report that last year 70% of UK trainees and 63% of international trainees passed the exam. The exam pass mark was set as 66.3%. Candidates who engage with our questions get results. Don't just take our word for it, take a look at our students' reviews and comments below.


Customer Reviews

Excellent resource that is not available anywhere else - a must for revising for the specialty exam!

Lesley-Anne Bissell

A great resource. Couldn't have passed without it.

Maria Mouvis

Excellent set of questions. Helped me to familiarise with the exam format. It was useful to read around the topics after attempting the questions.

Sunil Melath

It was not possible to pass my exam without using this resource.

Irfan Khan

Outstanding!

Pooja Gulati

Authors and Editors

Editor
Dr Rizwan Rajak

Contributing Authors
Dr Emyr Humphries
Dr Charlotte Rawlings
Dr Syed Farhan