WACS Past Questions and Answers (Download for Primary, Diploma, Membership & Fellowship Exams)

WACS past questions

Get updated copy of WACS past questions and answers: Download the West African College of Surgeons past questions on this page. The WACS exam past questions are available for PRIMARY, DIPLOMA, MEMBERSHIP & FELLOWSHIP exams. This study material is now in a PDF format for easy download.

Why should you download the WACS past questions?

Admission to West African College of Surgeons is not just about practicing in this field. We encourage you to clear the past questions because the pass mark for this exam varies in different countries. A candidate who clears this exam will be one who has demonstrated an understanding of West African history and health as well as being a modern West African in approach to healthcare. You will be recognised as a highly educated medical professional in this field who is not only aware of modern techniques but who is also conversant with the past. This is the only exam in Nigeria that is a gateway to practice in Nigeria. How do you clear this exam? The WACS exam past questions are divided into two sets of questions with the following cut off marks. Approximately 21 question per set.

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What are the benefits of downloading the WACS past questions?

This booklet contains 4 questions on the following topics: The Role of the Registrar in the Course Preparation and Examination The WACS Examination Procedure The format of the WACS Examination WACS Registration – Steps to take after you pass the exam WACS Examination Questions (Forms 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) Questions for Registration When to take the exam – Should you take the exam early or late in the year? When to send the forms in – In January/February?

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OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION ON WACS

WACS Exam Date & Schedule:

OCTOBER 2021 PRIMARY, DIPLOMA IN ANAESTHESIA, MEMBERSHIP/PART I & FELLOWSHIP/PART II EXAMINATIONS
The October 2021 Fellowship examinations of the West African College of Surgeons (WACS), in the Faculties of Anaesthesia, Dental Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology (ORL), Orthopaedics, Radiology and Surgery, will hold from 20th October to 29th October 2021

For all levels of application, log on to www.wacscoac.org and follow the step-by-step procedure for online applications.

The Primary examinations will hold on Wednesday 20th October 2021 in nine (9) centres as follows:

  • Abuja, Nigeria
  • Accra, Ghana
  • Banjul, The Gambia
  • Dakar, Senegal
  • Enugu, Nigeria
  • Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Ibadan, Nigeria
  • Kumasi, Ghana
  • Monrovia, Liberia.

Primary examinations for all Faculties shall be by Computer Based Test (CBT). Further information on the venues of the CBT shall be announced later via www.wacscoac.org

Candidates sitting for the Primary examination can now apply for Orthopaedics as an additional Faculty to the existing seven Faculties of the College above.

REQUIREMENTS FOR PRIMARY EXAMINATIONS

  • MBBS/ BDS certificate from a recognized university.
  • Full registration certificate with Medical and Dental Council of your country (Receipt of payment for full registration or provisional registration or annual practicing license is NOT acceptable).
  • Certification page (to be downloaded from the website, filled, and submitted online)
  • Evidence of a change of name (where applicable).

DIPLOMA IN ANAESTHESIA EXAMINATION CENTRES

National Hospital, Abuja/University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Abuja, Nigeria.

Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)Accra, Ghana.
University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan, Nigeria.

REQUIREMENTS FOR DIPLOMA IN ANAESTHESIA

  • {Diploma in Anaesthesia multiple choice examinations shall be by Computer Based Test (CBT)}
  • Completion of the requisite twelve (12) months training in Anaesthesia in an accredited institution.
    Photocopy of APPROVED LOGBOOK / PORTFOLIO to be uploaded on the portal, (No hard copy is needed at the Secretariat).
  • Certification page (to be downloaded from the website, filled, and submitted online).
  • Evidence of a change of name (where applicable).

MEMBERSHIP (PART I) EXAMINATION CENTRES

National Hospital, Abuja/University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Abuja, Nigeria.

Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)Accra, Ghana.
University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan, Nigeria.
All Membership/Part I multiple choice examinations shall be by Computer Based Test (CBT).

REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERSHIP/PART I

  • Primary examination certificate of the West African College of Surgeons or its equivalent with exemption certificate
  • Satisfactorily completed appropriate years of postgraduate training as prescribed by the relevant Faculty in the institution(s) accredited for the purpose by the College.
  • Original Certificate of Training (COT) form with dates of commencement and completion of training to be uploaded on the website (No hard copy is to be submitted to the College.)
  • Original APPROVED LOGBOOK should be uploaded on the portal (No hard copy is needed at the College).
  • Evidence of registration as a Surgeon in Training
  • Authentication form, to be downloaded from the website, fill it with proper endorsement from Fellows and Head of Department and upload it on the website.
  • Certificates of attendance of relevant revision courses/updates.
  • Evidence of change of name (where applicable)

FELLOWSHIP (PART II) EXAMINATION CENTRES

National Hospital/University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Abuja, Nigeria
Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)Accra, Ghana
University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan, Nigeria
Candidates sitting for the Fellowship (final) examination can now apply for Orthopaedics as an additional Faculty to the existing seven Faculties of the College.

All Fellowship multiple choice examinations shall be by Computer Based Test (CBT)

REQUIREMENTS FOR FELLOWSHIP/PART II EXAMINATIONS

  • Membership/Part I certificate of the West African College of Surgeons or its equivalent.
  • It is mandatory for candidates who were awarded Membership to upload their certificates on the portal, as statement of result will not be accepted.
  • Satisfactorily completed appropriate years of postgraduate training and worked in their specialties for at least two years in the institution(s) accredited for the purpose by the College.
  • Original Certificates of Training (COT) form with dates of commencement and completion of training to be uploaded on the website.
  • Original APPROVED LOGBOOK should be uploaded on the College website (No hard copy should be submitted to the College).
  • Certificates of attendance of Manuscript Writing Workshop and Health Management and Ethics workshop.
  • Authentication form, to be downloaded from the website, fill it with proper endorsement from Fellows and
  • Head of Department and upload it on the website.
  • Certificates of attendance of relevant revision courses/updates.
  • Evidence of a change of name (where applicable).
  • Only candidates that submitted dissertations in April 2021 and have been cleared by their assessors need apply for October 2021 having fulfilled all other requirements. Any candidate whose dissertation is rejected will have to wait till April 2022 before application. An exception to this rule are candidates that were referred at the April 2021 fellowship examination in dissertations.
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