Two Day 2B Viva Preparation Course

Delivered online so you can save on the costs of travel and receive teaching from the comfort of your home




  • 15TH AND 16TH DECEMBER 2020 8AM TO 4PM or
  • 17TH AND 18TH DECEMBER 2020 8AM TO 4PM

CONTACT DETAIL: Please message Dr Amdad Ahmed on +447825292556 for course details

Course Content

This Course consists of Three Teaching Components

1. VIVA. Approximately 250 cases are covered over the two days.  Each delegate receives TEN viva each over the two days.

  • DAY ONE: Plain film Chest, GI and MSK radiology.
  • DAY TWO: HPB, Gynae, Barium and Nuclear Medicine.

2. LECTURE: The Course contains Five Lectures


  • Abdominal Radiographs (includes tips on recognising perforation, volvulus and other hollow viscous pathology, review diagnosis approach to a plain film)
  • Chest Radiograph (Common mistakes trainees make, the 'Normal CXR', revision of Anterior, Middle and Posterior Mediastinum)


  • How To Approach a Liver lesion in the exam
  • Gynae Pathology Review Diagnosis Ovarian lesions, Endometrium and Cervix
  • The basics of Barium Imaging

3. PRE-COURSE SUPPORT GROUP. The five delegates attending the course are included in a revision group in which cases are sent, and recorded model answers are provided after one day. A case is sent every two to three days in the months leading to the exam. The aim is to provide mentorship and support over a period of time.

Information About the Course

Day One is comprised of three themed viva with 50 cases in each section. The cases are hard and the purpose is revision. Many trainees have limited exposure to plain films in practice and the exam is to target discriminator cases.

Day Two contains Four themed areas which can come up in Long Cases or the Viva. From my experience trainees sometimes are unsure of where to target their revision in these areas and the aim of this day is to try and help attendees organise their thought process. By the end of this day delegates should feel comfortable with liver lesions, ovarian mass, barium cases and common nuclear medicine cases.

The Lectures! Having taught trainees over the last 7 years and having over 125 delegates attend the paid courses and hundreds of people attend the FRCR Mindset Webinars these lectures have been designed to try and fix blind spots! I have analysed why trainees struggle on certain cases and the aim is to try and offer solutions in this area.

The WhatsApp Support Group. Only five delegates are allowed per course. The support group is an opportunity to develop technique before the course. Cases are sent to the group with a clinical vignette. Delegates are encouraged to either post an answer on the group or to send it personally to the faculty. Model answers are given after 1 to 2 days.

Please message for a free MOCK exam to try this format if you have a place in the Exam



Terms and Conditions

  1. Contact the course organiser to check for availability of places. Only five places are available per course.
  2. Zoom account. Delegates are required to create a zoom account and interact with the faculty to be familiar with the software before they sign for the course. No refunds are offered if you are unable to use the software on the day of the course. 
  3. The course organisers are not formally affiliated with the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists examination. The suggestions and cases shown are on the basis of our experience and are advisory. Registration for the course is non refundable. This cannot be transferred to a second candidate.
  4. This course does not have a sponsor licence as per the UK Border Agency under tier 4 of the points based system, we can however confirm that you have a place on a particular course.
  5. Video recording of material is prohibited during the course.
  6. If for unexpected reasons such as illness of the course organiser, equipment failure, severe weather or an adverse event i.e. terror incident the organiser reserves the right to cancel the course and provide a full refund for the course fee only.
  7. The organiser is not responsible for loss of money on travel or accommodation or perceived adverse performance in the exam in the event of a cancellation.