2019 Neurology Formative Test Questions, In Collaboration with The Association of British Neurologists

The 2019 Neurology Formative Test Questions are now available until Midnight on 26 May

Now in its third year, the ABN, in association with ebrain and the European Academy of Neurology, have developed the 2019 set of 100 formative test questions.


This exercise is strictly for self-assessment: your scores will not be available to anyone except yourself.


You may start anytime from 8am on 15 April 2019 and the questions close at midnight on 26 May 2019. You can do some of the test questions then come back later, there is no time limit, and retakes are allowed.


You will receive your score immediately on completion, and feedback and correct answers will appear as you go through the questions. An analysis of all the first attempt scores will be published after the questions close, which will allow you to assess where you are in relation to peers.


The questions are free to everybody with an ebrain account. You will be asked to submit one question that can be used in subsequent years. On completion, you will be able to produce a certificate of participation and claim 2 CPD points.



Everybody with an ebrain account has access to this formative set of test questions.  You may also wish to look at the last two years questions, which are still available.


EAN members (problems contact headoffice@ean.org)

  • go to www.ean.org, rest your mouse over my EAN and login
  • Once logged in rest your mouse over learn, select ebrain
  • Click on the link that says "click here to login to ebrain"
  • Follow the link to the neurology formative test questions


ABN members (problems contact admin@ebrain.net)

  • follow this link
  • enter your username and password when prompted


Not an ABN or EAN member - can I buy access?


Users who are not ABN or EAN members may buy access to the neurology test questions for 10 Euros, using the button below, which will give access until 31May 2019. Alternatively please consider joining one of the organisations above or buying a full subscription to ebrain.


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