About Us

The authors of this website are all doctors that work in Emergency Medicine and have successfully passed the MRCEM examination. Having prepared for the examination ourselves we appreciate the difficulties that it presents. Our goal is to help trainees during their ACCS training years and those from other backgrounds whose career goal is to obtain a national training number in Emergency Medicine.

The question banks on this website have been developed using the recently updated Royal College of Emergency Medicine curriculum and based on our actual experiences from sitting the exam. We feel that the questions are highly representative of those that will be faced during the examination and will therefore provide an excellent means of preparing for it.

What Doctors Are Saying

"I have been using your site for the past 6-8 months preparing for my FRCEM Primary. As always your reply service is amazing!! The site is really well detailed and gives loads of insight as to what needs to be known for the exam. I like the structure, especially the recent design where you can choose which sub-topic you want to revise. " Dr. Mikhail Baldacchino, Emergency Medicine ST1, England
"FRCEM Exam Prep is a fantastic online portal for the FRCEM exams. I passed my first exam at the first attempt using it. The best feature is the simulation. The questions are similar to what appears in the real exam, the language used, the length of questions etc, and the site helps us to prepare from day one. Your preparations are incomplete without FRCEM exam prep! Thank you frcemexamprep.co.uk. " Dr. Krushna Patel, Emergency Medicine Physician, Mumbai, India.
"I am new to the site, so it's difficult to comment on the content, but the Customer Service is OUTSTANDING. I had two early queries and they were answered and sorted extremely quickly. I have already committed to the next exam with these guys because of this. I trust these guys to continue to improve the site, and to be available if I have any problems in the future.   " Dr. Thomas Maynard, Acute medicine/A&E SHO, Kent