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Tricks to Solve MCQs of FCPS Part 1

Tricks to solve MCQ: Read the MCQ 3 times, even if you know it’s from MCQ book. Answer if you surely know the answer. If you don’t know the answer or know part of it, try to use your logic or common sense. If you still can’t find out the answer then following tricks might work: A. Statement with ALWAYS/NEVER/ONLY/DOESN’T are probably wrong. B. If two similar or two opposite statements are given then one of them is probably right. (Like vibration sense is carried out by pacinian, vibration sense is carried out by miessners). C. If there’s confusion between two options, go with the option that your instincts say is 60% true. D. If you’re 50% 50% between two options like between errata and key, go with errata if sure it’s right otherwise go with key as CPSP blindly follows book keys. If none of the above trick works then decide a single option from A, B, C, D, or E, which you’ve to choose for MCQs that are beyond you. Chances are few of them would become right. Heard CPSP mostly puts right answer in D or E option. Hope it helps a bit! Dr. Bakhtawar Saleem.


Complete Notes of FCPS Part 1

By Dr Bakhtawar Saleem (Diclofenac Sodium)

( MeGa PC ) Multiple sclerosis. Mantoux test. Graft vs host disease. Guillain-Barre syndrome PPD. Contact dermatitis.

EXAMPLES OF TYPE II HYPERSENSITIVITY: (A BIG Red APPlE) Autoimmune hemolytic anemia. Bullous pemphigoid. Idiopathic thrombocytic purpura. Goodpasture syndrome. Myasthenia GRAVIS. Rheumatic fever. Acute hemolytic transfusion reactions. Pernicious anemia. Pemphigus vulgaris. Erythroblastosis fetalis

EXAMPLES OF TYPE III HYPERSENSITIVITY: (PASS) Polyarteritis nodosa. Poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis. Arthus reaction. Serum sickness. SLE.

B27 HLA ASSOCIATED WITH: (PAIR) Psoriatic arthritis. Ankylosing spondylitis. Inflammatory bowel disease arthritis. Reactive arthritis / Reiter syndrome.

ENCAPSULATED ORGANISMS: (SHiNE SKiS) Streptococcus pneumoniae. Haemophilus influenza. Neisseria meningitis. E.coli. Salmonella. Klebsiella. Streptococci (Group B)

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