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After failing my first attempt, I have found Clinical Skills Pro PLAB 2 Course and passed on my second attempt in October 2022. I wish i had found before. 

There are about 150 videos which covers all of the scenarios. The course has very high quality content and all the consultations are so natural. It helped me a lot about my PLAB 2 practice.
I highly recommend this course to who are preparing for PLAB 2.”
Dr Mehmet Yasin Yuksel



PLAB-2 Course


126 practice cases

Immersive exposure to more than 100 common PLAB-2 curriculum cases – the ultimate exam practice course.

Prepared by UK-Based consultants

Confidently enter your exam ready for anything, having prepared with the highest quality OSCE stations prepared by senior doctors in the UK. 

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Our online revision course is more than £500 cheaper than many traditional courses. You don’t have to travel to another country or stay in a hotel. Spend your time with your family and keep your money in your pocket.


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Elite consultant teaching

Watch how top UK consultants interact with their patients with common clinical scenarios, observe their communication skills.

Professionally filmed

All our videos are professionally studio filmed in HD video. Our experienced film crew showcase captures every moment.


Comprehensive curriculum

Review every common station in the PLAB 2, often more than once! Our course covers nearly every case you could see

I can’t believe, I had to take PLAB-2 exam without watching this course. If I had this resource, I would have definitely passed my exam in my first attempt




Meet your course directors

Dr Nidhi Gupta


Dr Nidhi Gupta completed an honours undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Imperial College London before studying Medicine at St. George’s University Medical School, London. Graduating in 2004, she later gained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in London as well as a Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Health, and a Masters degree in Infectious Diseases.

She worked internationally with the Ageing and Life Course department at the World Health Organisation in Geneva, and with International SOS as Chief Medical Officer in Papua New Guinea.

She gained CCTs in Acute and General Medicine, and now works as a consultant in medicine in London.

She combines her medical career with a second life in filmmaking, directing and producing all our video content.

Dr Edward Banham-Hall


Dr Edward Banham-Hall qualified from the Royal Free and University College London Medical School in 2004, passing with several awards and prizes. He then completed medical rotations and gained entry to the Royal College of Physicians.

He later undertook a PhD at the University of Cambridge, discovering a new rare disease in the process, and publishing his findings in the world-leading journal Science.

He now works as an NHS consultant in medicine in Cambridge, UK, and as a Principle Investigator for a range of clinical trials for new and emerging treatments.

He combines this role with developing websites and applications using Javascript, Django, and Python.

Dr Berkay Karahacioglu

Medical Registrar

Dr Berkay Karahacioglu qualified from the Gazi University Medical School, Turkey, in 2016 with an honorary degree. He worked in A&E for 2 years in Istanbul, before passing his PLAB-2 exam in 2018.

He worked as Neurosurgery SHO in National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London for 1,5 years. In 2020, he started his IMT Training at Cambridge University Hospital.

He runs many medical educational projects and acts as Royal Papworth Clinical Tutor for medical students at Cambridge University.

He continues his Internal Medicine Training at University College London Hospital, actively participating in medical education projects.


Learn more about us


Depth and breadth


Communication Skills

We have combined 51 communications skills scenario which will teach you how to communicate with a patient, a colleague or a relative.

Simman & Mannequins

The most important Simman and Mannequin stations with gold standart approach and explanations.

142 Videos with explanations

We offer 142 videos which will prepare you not only to your PLAB-2 exam but also to first 6 months of your first job

.”It is so helpful to see the gold-standard patient communication. Now I know what I need to aim for.

Dr AO, Turkey


Maximise your study time

Practice quizzes

Enhance your learning experience with small quizzes after each station


Virtual notebook

Jot down your thoughts, reflections and learning points as your skills develop. Download at your convenience


Always up to date

Unlike a textbook, we continually update our course in response to new evidence and guidelines.

Videos were very helpful, I know I need to combine this with regular practise but it made me understand the exam and what GMC expects from the candidates



Tailored to you

Work at your own pace

Our video player provides speed controls for every part of our course. Work at your own pace.

Responsive to your needs

Our site is fully responsive – revise on your phone, tablet or desktop. All you need is high quality headphones.

Access anywhere

Wherever you are in the world prepare for your PLAB-2. All you need is an internet connection.


Huge Curriculum

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Introduction to PLAB-2
  1. Behind The Scenes
  2. Dr Davies Introduction
  3. Principles of History Taking for PLAB-2
  4. PLAB-2 Do’s and don’ts
  5. PLAB-2 Ethical Principles
  6. NHS Organisational Structure
  7. How to approach to Simman Stations
  8. How to do the Respiratory Examination
  9. How to do the CVS examination
  10. How to examine the abdomen
  11. How to do the examination of the Thyroid
  12. How to do Cerebellar examination
  13. How to examine the Hands
  14. How to Examine the Gait
  15. How to do the examination of the Cranial Nerves
  16. How to do the Neurological Examination of the Lower Limb
  17. How to do the Neurological Examination of the Upper Limb
  1. Numbness – GBS
  2. Chest Pain – ACS
  3. Headache
  4. Hypocalcemia
  5. Syncope
  6. Crohn’s Disease
  7. Myasthenia gravis
  8. Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
  9. Migraine
  10. Transient Ischaemic Attacks (TIA)
  11. UTI & Pyelonephritis
  12. Polymyalgia Rheumatica
  13. Hyperthyroidism
  14. Haematemesis
  15. Parkinson disease
  16. Hypertension
  17. Chest pain – Pulmonary Emboli
  18. Coeliac Disease
  19. Hyperparathyroidism
  20. Collapse – Aortic Stenosis
  21. Night Sweats
  22. Dizziness
  23. Giant Cell Arteritis
  24. Palpitations
  25. Diabetic Foot
  26. COPD
  27. Chest pain – MSK
  28. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
  29. Severe Headache – SAH
  1. Whiplash Injury
  2. Prostate Cancer
  3. Demanding Patient – PSA
  4. Anaemia – Colon Cancer
  5. Lung Cancer
  6. Subarachnoid Haemorrhage
  7. Dysphagia
  8. Jaundice
  9. Mallory Weiss tear
  1. Psychotic Patient
  2. Postpartum depression
  3. Mini Mental State Examination
  4. Gender Dysphoria
  5. Panic Attacks
  6. Anorexia Nervosa
  7. Alcohol Dependency
  8. Suicide Risk Assessment
Obstetrics and gynaecology
  1. Miscarriage
  2. CF Prenatal Counselling
  3. PID – Abdominal pain
  4. Cervical Smear Invite – Lesbian patient
  5. Ectopic Pregnancy
  6. Contraception Counselling
  7. Pre-eclampsia
  8. Discussing Anticoagulation in Pregnancy
  1. Night Terrors
  2. Non-accidental Injury
  3. Febrile Convulsion
  4. Pyloric Stenosis
  5. Talk with a reluctant mother about MMR Vaccine
Teaching, Examinations and Mannequins
  1. Venous Cannulation
  2. Venepuncture
  3. Urine Dipstick – Teaching
  4. How to use spacer
  5. ECG Teaching
  6. Basic Life Support
  7. Male Catheterisation and Examination of the Prostate
  8. Knee Examination
  9. Hip Examination
  10. Fundoscopy – Eye examination
  11. Female Catheterisation
  12. Breast Examination
  13. Antenatal Examination
Communication Skills and Ethics
  1. Dementia – phone call to relative
  2. Pregnant 16-year-old girl
  3. Post Mortem Consent
  4. Abuse of Older People
  5. Social Media and Confidentiality
  6. Gender Selection Request
  7. Colleague smelling alcohol
  8. How to Break the Bad News
  9. Paroxysmal AF – Counselling on alcohol intake
  10. How to do DNACPR discussion
  11. Pulmonary Emboli – Anticoagulation Counselling
  12. Dysfunctional Pain Disorder
  13. DNACPR discussion – talk with the son
  14. DNACPR discussion with the relative
  15. Why my ECHO is delayed? – Angry patient
  16. Learning difficulty – Discuss with relative
  17. Ulcerative Colitis – Patient refusing treatment
  18. Breaking Bad news – Multiple Sclerosis
  19. Breaking Bad News – Pancreatic Cancer
  20. C.difficile infection – angry son
  21. First Seizure – Explain to the patient
  22. UC flare – the patient would like to go home
  23. Counselling for anticoagulation
  24. The patient is not happy with her medications
  25. Breaking the Bad News – Brainstem death
  26. Clinical Error
  27. Angry relative and C.difficile infection
  28. Advance Care decision
  29. Relative Seeking Information
  30. Explain the diagnosis of Coeliac Disease
  31. TIA and Lifestyle advice
  32. Giving advice on excessive alcohol intake
  33. Medication Non-compliance
  34. Explain the diagnosis of DM
  35. Most Common Errors
  36. How to take informed consent – Intercostal drain
  37. Asthma Clinical Trial – taking consent from the patient
  38. Smoking Cessation Emphysema (COPD)
  39. Explaining Heart Failure
  40. Breaking Bad News – HIV diagnosis
  41. Huntington’s disease – concerned son
  42. Breaking the bad news – Organ Donation
  43. Angry daughter
  44. Do not tell my mother if it is cancer
  45. The daughter is worried about her father who has dementia – discuss DNACPR
  46. Explain Pulmonary Emboli
  47. Breaking the bad news – Diagnosis of MS
  48. Breaking Bad News – Massive Haemorrhage in the Brain
  49. Breaking Bad news – Pancreatic Cancer
  50. First Seizure – Driving Implications
  51. Breaking Bad News – Dysphagia

Examination tutorials

Video tutorials on how to expertly conduct thorough examinations of each organ system.


Understanding PLAB-2

PLAB -2 can be a confusing exam for those who are not familiar with OSCE style assessments. We know this. Let us help you. 

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