Updated on 30.10.2016.
* The characteristic features of testicular feminisation syndrome include
1. Chromatin negative (T / F)
2. Secondary amenorrhoea (T / F)
3. Infrequent scanty menstrual bleeding may occur (T / F)
How to use the MCQ Bank
This is a comprehensive collection of MCQs in Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Gynecology). The MCQs are arranged according to the topics. An attempt has also been made to include most of the possible responses for each topic to make the MCQ Bank as comprehensive as possible.
The candidates are advised to solve the MCQs first before checking the answers, which have been included after each set of questions. The answers are either true (T) or false (F) and have been included in the brackets along with the MCQs to make it easy to remember. This is a novel technique devised by Dr Sudipta Paul that has been found to be very useful by hundreds of candidates rather than providing the answers as true or false without the MCQs on the same page. Additional information has also been included for some of the answers.
If you want to test your performance, write down 1-100 on a piece of paper and note T (true) or F (false) against them when you read the MCQs. Then mark the correct answers with a tick (√) when you check the answers for that section. After you complete the whole paper count the number of correct answers and check your total marks out of 100 in percentage.
The candidates are also advised to try solving the MCQs repeatedly until 100% could be answered correctly.
Number of MCQs = 100
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Dr Sudipta Paul
MD, FRCOG, DFFP, CCST
Associate Professor O&G
NUMED Malaysia Campus
Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Ex-Consultant O&G, North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Ex-Educational Affiliate of FIGO
Invigilator, MRCOG Examination
Ex-Examiner, MBBS examination (London)
Organiser, Part 2 MRCOG Courses since 2001
Invited Teacher, RCOG’s Part 2 MRCOG Courses
Co-author of Part 2 MRCOG MCQ and OSCE books
Author of public awareness books regarding health
Author of Part 2 MRCOG CD-ROMs (MCQ, EMQ, SAQ, OSCE)
Ex-Member of Part 2 MRCOG MCQ Examination Committee
Research result reported in the BBC and other international news
Author of CD-ROMs “MCQ Bank” for DRCOG and other O&G exams
Author of article on Part 2 MRCOG in the Hospital Medicine Journal (UK)
Author and co-Author of several publications in the indexed international journals
Author of article on the preparation and technique for examination in the British Medical Journal
Certified teacher – completed “Training the Trainers” and “Problem Based Learning” courses (UK)
Prepared list of topics for and invited speaker in Deanery Training Programmes for the trainees in the UK
Experience of teaching for Part 1 MRCOG (since 1993), Part 2 MRCOG (since 1997) and DRCOG (since 1997)
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