The biggest and best primary and final FRCA app with over 880 five stem questions (including over 100 SBAs). Contains a number of helpful features to help your revision1, System which lets you easily view every available question2, Over 880 questions. That's nearly two standard textbooks.3, Current and cumulative scoring4, Colour highlighting to let you easily identify which parts you got right or wrong5, Every question has an explanation6, Active hyperlinks to useful web pages, videos (requires active web connection to work... rest of the app does not).7, In app browsing for these hyperlinksWith over 880 five stem questions this is the cheapest revision practice you will have. I am adding SBAs almost daily and have added over 110 so far (mostly clinical). Follow us on Twitter @conquestfrca to keep up to date with developments. Written by the entire anaesthetic team at conquest hospital, this app is designed to help those revising for their primary and final exams. Textbooks are expensive and cumbersome to carry round. Save yourself the money and hassle.Every question features an explanation to help your understanding develop. If you see something wrong please report the problem to me to via the "problem report" button so i can update the database. This feature will only work if you have setup email on your iPhone.The database is stored on the iDevice so although an internet connection is required to download updates and view the hyperlink, the rest of the app will work just fine without a connection.Want a free copy!?! No problem, just email me 10 SBAs with explanations in clinical, physics, physiology or pharmacology to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will get a certificate for your CV emailed and a mention here as a second author. Also, at the end of your explanation you will get an author credit.Winner! KSS best oral presentation at royal college of Anaesthetists training day.Contributors include Dr. Mark Ibrahim (project lead, contributor and editor)Dr. Claire Badawi (sub project lead, contributor and editor)Dr. Fraser wiggins (author and editor)Dr. Gerard Gould (author and editor)Dr. Malcolm Parsloe (author)Dr. Christopher Scanlon (author)Dr. Kate Murray (author)Dr. Andrew Slator (author)Dr. Nick Mcneillis (author)Dr. Timothy Arnold (author)Dr. Kathy Shammas (author)Dr. Vazira Moosajee (author)Dr. Kai Rabenstein (author)Dr. Laura de Neumann (author)Dr. Emily Bolton (author)Dr. Harjeet Virk (author)Dr. Sarah Whiting (author)Dr. Binu Raj (author)Dr. Cara Hammond (author)Dr. Tao Allan (author)Dr. Victoria Bower (author)Dr. Venkat (author)Dr. Janos Mayer (editor)Dr. Sinan Bahlool (editor)Dr. Matthew Ilchyshyn (2nd author)Dr. Chris Reid (2nd author - also our first contributor based overseas)Dr. Fiona Stonley (2nd author)Dr. Vanisha Patel (2nd author)Dr. Rachael Grimaldi (2nd author)Dr. Mohammed Akuji (2nd author)Dr. Patrick Thorburn (2nd author)Dr. Stewart French (2nd author)Dr. Simon Thorp (2nd author)Dr. Michele Bossy (2nd author)Dr. Sonia Akrimi (2nd author)Dr. Kishan Patel (2nd author)Please email me at email@example.com if you want to get involved in any way. I want to develop this into more than just a question bank and will listen to all ideas.