This is 11days course and one mock test: £540 (11 days course without mock test: £500)

What is included in a 11 days complete PLAB 2 course?


1. Over 300 topics of PLAB 2. As per the new format, many of the following skills are first taught seperately and then merged in various combinations as it will appear in the exam.

a) All Clinical Examinations
b) All Manikins
c) All Emergency Stations (Primary survey, Secondary survey, unconscious patient, BLS etc)
d) Viva Stations
e) History taking and counselling topics of all specialities
f) Communication Skills
g) Medical Ethics and law
h) Learn how to manage an aggressive or angry patient
i) Dose calculation
j) New Stations

2. Brainstorming Mock Sessions (Only at PLAB Right) Highly interactive mock sessions covering more than 90 stations. This is equivalent of taking 6 mock tests. 

3. Mock test of 18 stations. Similar to GMC exam. Mock test conducted by British actors and experienced examiners. Feedback is given at the end of the test.

What should I read before the course?

We do not expect you to read anything or do any preparation before attending the course. We will cover all topics of PLAB from scratch. If you wish you can read the materials in our online resource library, any clinical examination books, OHCM and OHCS. We strongly recommend that you read the emergency chapter of OHCM (Oxford handbook of clinical medicine.) We would advise NOT to read any PLAB 2 books or manuals available. Most of them contain mistakes and also may give you wrong guidance.

When should I take the course?

 Give your self plenty of time. PLAB Right offers an opportunity for you to repeat the course for FREE. (You can only partcipate in brainstorming mock sessions once. You can however observe)

We recommend that you take the course 4-6 weeks before your exam.

You would need at least 2 weeks to practice all stations.
If you have special needs, or have any problems and would like to get an advise about your training needs, please do not hesitate to contact us You can speak to the course organiser everyday of the week between 5.00 - 7.00 pm by calling 07973150680 or send an email to plabright@gmail.com

How to book for the full course?

Click here to book online. We operate on first come first serve basis. We recommend you to book as soon as possible. You can book course, accommodation and any extra service that you wish to avail.


Full course time table

A: Intensive weekend course

THURSDAY Friday Saturday May
  • 5.30 - 6.30 - Registration
  • 6.30 - 9.00 - Introduction
  • 9.30- 12.30- Video presentations about the OSCE skills
  • 1.00 – 3.00 - Introduction to Clinical Procedures
  • Introduction to history and communication skills
  • 3.00- 5.00 - Introduction to history and communication skills
  • 5.00 - 8.00 - History and Communication (Paediatrics)
  • 9.30 – 11.00- Examination and Management Stations (Neurology)
  • 11.15 – 2.00 - History and Management Stations (Medicine)
  • 3.00 - 7.00 - History and Management Stations (Medicine)
  • 3.00- 5.00 - Introduction to history and communication skills
  • 5.00 - 8.00 - History and Communication (Paediatrics)
  • 9.30 - 11.00- Procedures and Interpretations
  • 11.15 – 1.30 - Procdures and Communications
  • 2.15- 5.00 - Examination and Management
  • 5.00 - 7.30 - Examination and Management


B: Midweek 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
  • 09- 1.00 pm - Examination and Management (Medicine)
  • 2.00- 5.00 pm - Examination and Management (Surgery)
  • 5.30- 8.30 - History and Communication (Psychiatry)
  • 09- 1.00 pm - History and Communication (OBG)
  • 2.00- 5.00 pm - Hostory and Communication (Surgery)
  • 6.00 - 8.30 - Data Interpretation and Communication
  • 09- 1.00 pm - Structured Practice Sessions (Group Study)
  • 2.00- 5.00 pm - Structured Practice Sessions (Group Study)
  • 5.00- 9.00 - Problem Solving and Reflection
  • 9.00 - 1.00- Communication Skills and Professionalism
  • 02- 05 pm - Dealing with challenging clinical encounter (Aggressive and uncooperative patient)
  • 6.00- 9.00 pm - Medical Ethics and law


C: Brain Storming Mock Sessions

Friday Saturday Sunday
  • 2.00- 3.00 - Introduction to Brainstorming sessions
  • 3.00 – 6.00 - Difficult OSCE stations solved in real time
  • 3.00 – 6.00 - Difficult OSCE stations solved in real time Includes management of unhappy patients
  • 6.00- 8.00 - History and communication stations of high complexity.
  • 9.30 – 6.00 - History and Communication Stations of various specialities demonstrated and discussed
  • 6.00 - 7.00 - History and Management Stations of Various specialities demonstrated and discussed
  • 7.00 - 8.00 - Dedicated time to discuss the doubts and for refining the skills of History taking and counselling.
  • 9.30 - 11.00 - Miscellaneous stations
  • 2.00- 5.00 pm - Structured Practice Sessions (Group Study)
  • 11.00 – 1.00 - NEW Stations

Sunday 2.00- 8.00 PM : Mock test: 14 Station MOCK TEST Mock test conducted by British actors and experienced examiners. Feedback is given at the end of the test. (Extra £40)

24 / 7 Manikins Manikins are available for 24 hr practice at the accommodation until your exam

Components of the full course

Intensive weekend course spanning all clinical examinations, History taking, counselling, manikin stations and everything that is required for PLAB examinations . This course is specially designed to suit the needs of candidates fettered by time constraints.

This course covers around 35% of the Full 10 days course. We aim to cover most important topics of the exam in this weekend course and it covers almost 50% of the stations you may get in your actual exam (calculation based on usual distribution of the topics in the exam)

From Monday - Thursday we aim to cover history taking and counselling stations of various specialties, some examination and 5 hours every day for group study. This helps candidates to practice and refine their clinical skills.

Brain Storming Mock Practice spanning approximately 90 stations that are frequently come in the recent exams, new stations and difficult. This session is a product of experience that we have gathered over the time and is primarily designed to replace the conventional mock test. Brain storming mock sessions is equivalent of taking 6 mock tests. Advantages of this sessions are that the teaching is done by most experienced teachers and they will assess your performance and give individual feedback and tips to improve. This will definitely help to fortify your preparation by removing silly fallacies. This course can not be taken on its own.

14 Station mock test with English actors. At the end of the mock test you get a individual written feedback and also general feedback to the group.

PLAB Right is the only residential PLAB training center in UK. Training and accommodation facilities are all under one roof. It provides an excellent atmosphere for group study and you will always find study partners.

GMC has now introduced patient simulator manikin in the exam. This is a manikin that can be programmed to produce many clinical presentations. This manikin responds to medication, O2, and also can be attached to usual monitors to record ECG, It can communicate and even exhale CO2.
This is a 4hr long training session, you will get chance to examine and feel this manikin (This costs extra £20)

You are welcome to repeat the first 7 days of the course for FREE. (You can only participate in Brainstorming mock sessions once however you can observe it again).