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Over 2750 Questions for the FRCR Part 1 Physics Exam

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The FRCR Part 1 Physics Exam

The FRCR Part 1 Physics exam is a critical step for radiology trainees in the UK and other countries, assessing their knowledge of the complex physics concepts that underpin medical imaging. The exam is designed to test the core knowledge required to undertake further training in the specialty of clinical radiology.

Specifically, the exam delves into the fundamental principles that underpin diagnostic imaging, ensuring that all radiologists have a solid foundation in the physics of imaging before advancing to more complex patient-centric practices. Topics covered include matters related to radiation physics, radiation protection, and the principles behind imaging techniques used in everyday clinical practice (X-ray, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, MRI etc.).

The FRCR Physics exam consists of 200 (40 five-part) true/false questions and candidates have 2 hours to complete the exam. Each question is awarded either 1 mark or 0 marks, there is no negative marking. The exam can be sat at centres throughout the UK and worldwide.

Preparation for the FRCR Physics exam is crucial as it demands a deep understanding of complex physics concepts applied to medical imaging. The revision materials offered here at Physics For FRCR aim to provide comprehensive resources that include the largest and most detailed question bank, ensuring thorough preparation and the highest chance of passing on your first attempt.