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FCPS part II Mock Examination held in Capital Hospital in Collaboration with CPSP

Due to a strong request of the trainee fellows from all around Pakistan, again this year, a Mock examination for FCPS part II was held at Capital Hospital Islamabad under the supervision of Dr Siddique Akbar Satti who is the Head Department of Medicine, former Executive directed of Capital Hospital Islamabad. and Faculty Fellow of  the Prestigious College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan

Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti and Dr. Farhan Ali of Capital Hospital Islamabad
Dr. Sidduqe Akbar Satti and Dr. Farhan are asking questions to a trainee fellow during the Mock examination

Trainee fellow thanked Dr Siddique Akbar Satti for putting his efforts in creating such a memorable, useful and helpful examination scenario.
I am really thankful to the organizers of this examination, This exam helped me to identify my weak points, I will elminate those point, will work on them and Inshallah will pass the final exam, one of trainee fellows commented 
Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti during MOCK exam of FCPS part 2
Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti is observing the examination skills of a trainee fellow

Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti says "every year we arrange this examination so that the trainee fellows can learn the process of examination and nature of the questions that can be asked and because of the strong positive feedback we have arranged this examination once again. I hope this will definitely help the students"

This MOCK FCPS Part II examination is held every year before the final FCPS part II exam, if you want to participate in the next mock examination, then please contact Dr. Farhan Ali of Capital Hospital Islamabad during official timings for further information.

Dr Siddique Akbar Satti during MOCK FCPS Part 2 exam
Trainee fellow is explaining her findings to Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti


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