Knowledge & Skills Bundle

Supercharge your revision with the Geeky Medics Knowledge & Skills Bundle which contains over 2550 questions, 822 OSCE stations and 9024 flashcards covering key topics including OSCEs, medicine, surgery, prescribing and anatomy. This bundle also includes access to our OSCE guides & OSCE checklists in our mobile app (iOS only for now - get in touch via if you have an Android device)

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Medical Finals Questions πŸ₯

Over 2010 high-quality questions to help you prepare for finals.

PSA Questions πŸ’Š

Over 540 high-quality prescribing-focused questions to help you prepare for the PSA.

OSCE Stations 🩺

Over 822 OSCE stations, OSCE station creator tool and group practice mode.

OSCE Flashcards 🩺

Over 3105 flashcards covering key clinical skills topics.

Medicine & Surgery Flashcards πŸ—‚οΈ

Over 3907 flashcards covering key medical and surgical topics.

Anatomy Flashcards 🫁

Over 2012 flashcards covering key anatomical topics and concepts.

OSCE guides & OSCE checklists πŸ“±

Access 200+ OSCE guides & 150+ OSCE checklists in our mobile app (iOS only for now).


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Clinical skills πŸ₯

OSCE Flashcard Examples

Name the muscle(s) assessed during knee extension and the associated myotome(s)

Muscles assessed: quadriceps

Myotome assessed: L3/4 (femoral nerve)

Link: Lower Limb Neurological Examination

Describe the locations which should be auscultated to assess the four cardiac valves

Auscultation of the cardiac valves should be performed at the following locations:

  • Mitral valve: 5th intercostal space in the mid-clavicular line
  • Tricuspid valve: 4th or 5th intercostal space at the lower left sternal edge
  • Pulmonary valve: 2nd intercostal space at the left sternal edge
  • Aortic valve: 2nd intercostal space at the right sternal edge

Link: Cardiovascular Examination

Name the diagnosis and three typical clinical features

Typical clinical features of arterial foot ulcers include:

  • Small, deep, punched-out appearance
  • Very painful
  • Most commonly located on distal limbs/toes

Link: Peripheral Vascular Examination

Tip: Don't forget to look in between the toes for hidden ulcers.

Name the lower limb dermatomes labelled on the diagram below

The lower limb dermatomes labelled on the diagram are as follows:

  • A: L1
  • B: L2
  • C: L3
  • D: L4
  • E: L5
  • F: S1

Link: Lower Limb Neurological Examination

OSCE Guides & Checklists

OSCE Station Examples

Febrile child 3

A 6-month-old baby has presented with a fever. Pl…

Head injury

A 51-year-old man presents to A&E following a hea…

Swollen knee

A 23-year-old man presents with a swollen knee

Dermatology spotter 45

Please describe the image of skin pathology using…

Knowledge 🧠

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Flashcard Examples πŸ₯🫁πŸ”ͺ

What initial investigations are recommended in suspected melanoma

  • Dermatoscopy: aids differentiation between early stages of melanoma from benign melanocytic lesions; allows clinicians to determine the need for biopsy
  • Biopsy: full-thickness excision of the entire lesion if melanoma is suspected, will show abnormal melanocytic proliferation if melanoma

Link: Melanoma 

What are the typical symptoms of necrotising fasciitis?

  • Pain out of proportion to the clinical findings 
  • Skin discolouration
  • Skin blistering
  • Fever
  • Malaise

Link: Necrotising fasciitis 

Describe the components of the pes anserinus of the tibia

From anterior to posterior:

  • Sartorius
  • Gracilis
  • Semitendinosus

Link: Pes Anserinus

Describe the structures numbered below

  1. Right superior lobe
  2. Right middle lobe
  3. Right inferior lobe
  4. Left superior lobe
  5. Left bronchus
  6. Lobar bronchus
  7. Segmental bronchus
  8. Cardiac notch
  9. Left inferior lobe

Link: Lung Anatomy