Do you want to pass the FRCR Part 1 Physics Exam first time and with a high score? Are you looking for a comprehensive FRCR Part 1 Physics revision guide that covers the up-to-date syllabus? Succeeding in the FRCR Part 1 Physics Exam is an essential part of progressing through radiology training. This comprehensive revision guide is the most up-to-date available and covers the entire syllabus through detailed revision notes and practice MCQs. Written by doctors who have successfully passed the FRCR Part 1 Exam, this book is packed with detailed advice, including topics that candidates consistently struggle with. This clear and time-saving FRCR Part 1 Exam revision guide comprises over 200 stem questions = 1000 MCQs. It provides detailed advice on how best to approach each section of the exam and maximise your score. It offers detailed explanations of the answers with advice from doctors who have successfully passed the exam. It covers all possible question types that will be encountered within the physics component. It includes questions and revision notes on the newly incorporated MRI and Ultrasound topics. This engaging and easy to use guide will enable you to prepare fully for the FRCR Part 1, and is an essential revision book for anyone serious about excelling in this exam. It will also be invaluable to radiologists sitting the FRCR Part 2b; Foundation Year doctors interested in applying for radiology; trainee radiographers; and, radiologists in training outside the UK. "This MCQ book is a good companion when reading Farr as its chapters match. It tests the finite details in Farr that could miss at first glance but could easily be an MCQ in the exam. The explanations after the question are pretty detailed too, meaning you won't actually have to go back to a physics textbook for clarification. A big selling point is the questions about MRI and US which can be difficult to come by. This was incredibly helpful to me in my revision and it was well worth the price". (Amazon Review). This book is excellent for that final revision time prior to the FRCR Part 1. It is not of much use as a learning book, more of an MCQ practice book. The explanations given for the answer to each question are helpful in outlining the reasons for it. Recommended book for FRCR Part 1, but likely to be more out of date as time goes on as curriculum changes frequently.