LFFLM (GFM) Sample Questions

Part 1 Examination

 

Which of the following is NOT an offence within the Offences Against the Person Act 1861?

  1. Inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent
  2. Maliciously administering a poison
  3. Assault occasioning actual bodily harm
  4. Child stealing
  5. Rape

 

A 17-year-old female college student is detained in custody for shoplifting. Whilst she is in custody the police are required to:

  1. Inform the forensic health care practitioner on duty
  2. Inform the duty solicitor
  3. Inform social services
  4. Inform her parents
  5. Inform the college

 

Which one of the following is incorrect in relation to Controlled Drugs:

  1. Heroin is a Class A drug
  2. A prescription for a Controlled Drug must be indelibly signed by the prescriber
  3. A private prescription for a Controlled Drug can be written on headed notepaper
  4. A pharmacist is not allowed to dispense a Controlled Drug unless all the information required by law is given on the prescription
  5. Registers should usually be kept of prescribed Schedule 2 drugs

 

Which of the following is true in relation to incised wounds:

  1. A stab wound is wider than it is deep
  2. An incised wound often has irregular margins
  3. Is caused by blunt force trauma
  4. Is caused by sharp force trauma
  5. Can reliably be aged

 

Which of the following is not an intimate sample within the meaning of PACE:

  1. A mouth swab
  2. A dental impression
  3. A blood sample
  4. A nasal swab
  5. A semen sample

 

In relation to the Road Traffic Act, legal limits in the UK for driving for alcohol are:

  1. 80mg per 100ml of blood and 105 mg per 100ml of urine
  2. 35mg per 100ml of breath
  3. 110 mg per 100ml of urine
  4. 107mg per 100ml of urine and 35 mcg of breath
  5. 35mcg per 100ml of breath and 105mg per 100ml urine

 

Which of the following is incorrect with respect to Section 2?

  1. Can be blocked by the Nearest Relative
  2. There must be no more than 5 days between examinations.
  3. Can last for up to 28 days
  4. Is for observation and assessment
  5. Both doctors must be Section 12 approved

 

Part 2 OSCE

 

Download GFM OSCE Station “Driver with Epilepsy”