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June Competition

Posted by on June 13, 2011

Here at MedRevise, we are very excited to be offering a monthly competition! In partnership with our excellent excellent sponsors – ElsevierPastest – we can offer one lucky winner a free 3 month access to Exam Consult  Medical Finals, and another winner a free copy of “Data Interpretation for Medical Students“. Both these prizes will make an excellent addition to any revision arsenal…

Exam Consult features more than 2000 exam questions, with both short and extended rationales to answers – linking to high-return content from Kumar and Clark’s Clinical Medicine, Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine and the Crash Course series.
Read more about it on the Elsevier site.


Data Interpretation for Medical Students, by Dr Ian Bickle and Dr Paul Hamilton, provides comprehensive practice of data interpretation questions, with systems-based chapters provide a wide variety of source material – ECGs, blood tests, radiographs – encompassing scenarios which undergraduates are likely to encounter.
Find out more about it on the Pastest site.


How to Enter

We are giving away 2 prizes, and there are 4 ways to win:

    1. Follow us on twitter.
    2. Retweet the message below:
      RT To win 6 months free medical revision! Monthly competitions from the best medical revision website:
    3. Like us on facebook.
  1. Leave a comment below.

Do all 4, and you get entered into the prize draw four times! Not bad at all, eh?

This competition is now closed. Check out the front of the blog for the latest competition!

5 Responses to June Competition

  1. Raghad

    The idea of this competition is brilliant; it motivates medical students and gives them the opportunity to compete with other students from different places. Also, I found the revision notes very useful when it comes to do ILA’s and quick exam revision.
    The MedRevise website is the best revision website I came across throughout the year!

  2. Diana

    I never enter competition things because I never win but a) the prizes are immense; and b) I adore Medrevise. It is so perfect for use as a reference and providing bite size pieces of info set out in a good way. Plus, I got way too excited reading this! :)

  3. krish

    I <3 MedRevise!!!

  4. Munsif

    Looks promising