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More Questions

Even more questions uploaded onto www.jameswatts.co.uk you can check them out now. See the previous blog post for how to get the best from those questions using flash-card software (This isn’t necessary as you can always use excel to view them). Remember to right click the question link and then click ‘Save Target As…’ otherwise the questions will appear in your browser window (Not ideal for viewing/printing etc.)

Also, if you have any ideas or suggestions for future articles or questions, drop a message on the comments page (There is a link at the top of the main page)

Hope you all had a good christmas and get in touch to ensure the website moves in a direction which will benefit you!

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Question Time!

www.jameswatts.co.uk has been updated and now questions are starting to appear for you to download! These questions are short answer/MCQ style.

Navigate to the index page where you will find a list of all the currently published articles (which are free to view/download/print) and if the article has questions available there will be a link next to it saying this. You can either:

  1. Click the Link to view the questions in your browser (Not really recommended)
  2. Right click the link, then click – ‘Save Target as…’ to save the file to your hard drive as a .csv file which you can open in excel
  3. Or probably the best, if you have some form of flash-card software (e.g. mental case, cram, gFlash, etc.) you can download the file and import it directly into the software which makes the questions look a lot more appealing. Such software is also available for mobile devices – so you can download them and quiz yourself on the go!

At the time of writing, only one set of questions is currently available (The complement system questions) but many more will be coming in future updates so be sure to follow us on twitter so you know when more are added!

If you would like to ask a question about any of this, where to get such flash-card software, how to view etc. or if you would like to suggest a topic for future downloadable questions to be based on, then visit the comments section of jameswatts.co.uk and be sure to leave a comment there!