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Almost 40% of GP training places unfilled in some areas of UK

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The CSA is a poor excuse for an exam. I think focusing on the pass rates was always a mistake. The reason it fails as an exam is that it is not relevant to medical practice. Its a subjective test based on linguistic theory. It is devoid of clinical content and only tests communications skills as applied to a very narrow part of the population.

Posted date

15 Jun 2014

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11:27pm

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