Version 3.2 add 100 new MCQs written by Matthew Jarocki - a 4th year medical student at the University of Manchester. I've also fixed a bug submitted by a user on our website in one of the Physiology questions.
Version 3.1 adds 127 high quality MCQs aimed at medical students written by Javin Sandhu a medical student at Manchester. They all have high quality answers to help you learn from.
Version 3 brings a radical change to iMCQs. Instead of publishing our question sets separately under different app names we have decided to amalgamate them all in one universal app and reduce the price!
We have included all the questions from iMCQs in Physiology, Biochemistry, Dermatology, General Surgery, Pain Medicine and General Medicine giving over 1200 questions in one app for a low price! In the next few weeks we are planning on adding more questions to add even more value!
The app works for medical students, junior doctors and GPs. Just do the questions relevant to you.
The app has a redesigned simplified UI and some simple analytics to help you know how well you are doing. I was always taught that knowing how good a guesser i was - was key to scoring well in MCQ exams. Often you think its one of two answers - lucky candidates tend to choose the right one at that point. Of course knowing the right one is the better way but often its an educated guess.
The app still has hundreds of photos, ECGs, and radiographs for you to interpret. The questions are the same as the original apps at the moment. The original apps often gave random questions rather than just listing them all so you might find that one question might give the answer to another but it still gives you experience of the type of questions that might be asked.
We are keen for feedback. If you find any errors please get in touch. If you would like to write questions we are happy to credit you in the app and discuss payment for 50+ questions. I have several authors lined up at present but more are welcome.