Examination results are published on the website 4 weeks after the examination and are posted to candidates within 5 weeks of the date of the examination.
The date when results will be released is published on the Latest News page. Approximate dates for the release of results are available on the Exam dates page. Candidates should note that results sent by post will be received after their publication on the website. Results are available on the website until the date of the next examination.
Candidates who have opened an online account can view their result in their My MRCP(UK) account. To do this log in to your account and go to Exam History in the My MRCP(UK) area. Candidates who have not yet registered on the MRCP(UK) website can do so through the create an online account page.
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Candidates with incomplete applications will not be able to access their results online nor will they be sent their results letter until the application is complete. Candidates who believe that their application may still be incomplete should contact their Administration Office.
For details regarding progression through the MRCP(UK) qualification candidates should refer to the MRCP(UK) Regulations.
Candidates who have successfully passed all three parts of the MRCP(UK) Examination, and who are eligible for election to Membership, must complete and return the Form of Faith.
For information about the admissions ceremonies please see the Admission Ceremonies section.
Equating: Changes to the way results are processed and reported
In April 2010 a process called equating was introduced for the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written Examination, resulting in significant changes in the way we process and report candidates' results. In November 2012, the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Standard Setting Group has reviewed the equating standards and decided that they are still adequate. Therefore, no changes were applied to the equating process or the pass score of 425.
Please note that equating will not affect the examination itself, and there will be no changes to the content, format or timings of the exam as a result.
For more detailed information please see:
Equating MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written Examination & FAQs