I attended Alans Roberts 10 week clinical bridge course 6 months back, and passed my clinical exam soon after in the first attempt! I’m out of words to express my gratitude to Alan and every turor and menber of the ARIMGSAS team, without whom I couldn’t have imagined this journey. I’ve always been made to feel a part of a big family I could turn to at any point when any hurdle came my way in these past few months. ❤
Dr M*** T**
Dear Alan and Team at ARIMGSAS,
Today I received my AMC MCQ part 1 results in the mail – 310 points, top 25% in all patient groups!
I am really proud of my achievement, especially as I only decided to return to Medicine in June 2018. Of course, my result wouldn’t have been possible without the great preparation course offered at ARIMGSAS. The tutors were all helpful, friendly and professional, and the topics were covered in good depth and with attention to detail. I would definitely recommend the course to anyone hoping to take the MCQ exam!
Now I have passed this first hurdle, I will take time to deepen my knowledge and spend time with my children at Christmas before returning to ARIMGSAS in the new year to prepare for the clinical exam. I am looking forward to seeing many familiar faces and meeting more new friends and future colleagues along the way!
Thank you so much!
Just got my scorecard of AMC part 1. I scored 339 of 500. This couldn’t be possible without ARIMGSAS. Thank you so much for all the help and support ARIMGSAS provided. Regards,
Dr M*** M***
Dr M*** M***
I came to ARIMGSAS one year ago and did the 8week clinical course , since then I have passed clinical and pesci, to be honest it would have been impossible to get through without Alan’s courses.
Alan and all the office members treat you as their own family and there have been times that they go beyond their responsibilities to help IMGs.
Alan I wanted to thank you for all the support and help
I had landed in Australia by myself the night before I came to ARIMGSAS, with 3 weeks for my exam, was completely overwhelmed, scared and to an extent clueless about the format of the exam. For the trial exam I was totally unprepared, I had passed one station out of the 16. One!!! But it was a learning experience and showed me what I am expected to do and what I don’t have worry about. The stations were I was sitting blank, the examiners took the time to teach me the important points about that case and I infact got one on one teaching during the exam. The discussions by the tutors, especially the ones who have recently passed were extremely helpful and gave me the courage to go face the exam 16 days later. Since my trip to Australia was short, i had to take ALS from ARIMGSAS 2 days before my exam. It was again a wonderful workshop and the interactions gave me confidence. The fellow IMGs I met there saw me struggling to cope with the new country, climate and language and were very kind and encouraging to me. I am glad I passed as it has opened the doors of my dreams for me, and will forever be thankful to ARIMGSAS for the help and warmth I got from everyone.