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3 Jul 2015

The Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK is looking for a trainee representative in Diabetes & Endocrinology for the Scenario Writing Group. This work involves producing new scenarios for stations 2 and 4 of the PACES Examination.

For more information please see our website (http://www.mrcpuk.org/get-involved-examiners/how-become-involved)

3 Jul 2015

The Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK is looking for Consultant members for the Scenario Writing Group. This work involves producing new scenarios for station 2 and 4 of the PACES Examination.

For more information please see our website (http://www.mrcpuk.org/get-involved-examiners/how-become-involved)

3 Jul 2015

The Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK is seeking to appoint a Chair of the MRCP(UK) Scenario Editorial Committee to oversee the production of clinical scenarios for inclusion in Station 2 (History Taking) and Station 4 (Communication Skills and Ethics) of the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination.

 

The successful applicant will be familiar with the format and content of PACES Stations 2 and 4, have some knowledge of the scenario production process, and have an awareness and understanding of how MRCP(UK) tests the core medical training curriculum.

25 Jun 2015

A waiting list for Fast Track applications will be opened as there is a possibility that there may be a very limited number of Fast Track Places available for those who missed the original application window for an additional attempt at the PACES examination within the June/July assessment period. Please see the Fast Track page for all details.

10 Jun 2015

The results of the Specialty Certificate in Neurology have now been released. Results letters have been emailed to candidates, and are also available in your My MRCP(UK) account.

Candidates who have been successful will receive their official certificate in approximately six weeks' time.

5 Jun 2015

Due to unforeseen circumstances the dates for the 2015/03 PACES examination in Myanmar (Mandalay) have now been changed.

Please be aware that the dates are now from 16 - 18 of November 2015.

This information is reflected in our ‘Exam dates and fees’ section of the website.

4 Jun 2015

The Chair’s Letter and Hot Topics provides a useful resource for PACES examiners ahead of the forthcoming examination and is now available on the MRCP(UK) website.

1 Jun 2015

The results of the MRCP(UK) 2015/2 Part 1 Written Examination, held on 06 May 2015, are now available.

Candidates who have a MyMRCP(UK) account may check their results within the 'Exams History' section of their account, where the option to print a copy of your results letter is also available. Result letters are no longer posted to candidates.

Candidates who do not have a MyMRCP(UK) account should create one here.

22 May 2015

The Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK is seeking to appoint two new members (Cardiology and Neurology) to the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written Examining Board.

19 May 2015

The results of the Specialty Certificate in Gastroenterology have now been released. Results letters have been emailed to candidates, and will also be available in My MRCP(UK) once the current technical issues have been resolved.

Candidates who have been successful will receive their official certificate in approximately six weeks' time.

31 Mar 2015

The Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK has launched the 2015 annual clinicians' census to comply with General Medical Council (GMC) guidelines. The census is sent to all those who work on the academic development of the examinations in order to be able to demonstrate to the candidates, the public, and the GMC that the examination meets the high quality standards expected.

The census is mandatory for all those contributing to the MRCP(UK) diploma and Specialty Certificate Examinations.

24 Mar 2015

MRCP(UK) is committed to providing a wide range of information about its examinations to candidates.

13 Mar 2015

The British Council in Tripoli, Libya has today made MRCP(UK) aware that, due to the current security situation in Libya, is not currently safe to hold any examinations in the country. With candidate safety our number one priority we have taken the decision to therefore suspend the provision of examinations in the country until such time as the security situation improves and the British Council reopens. This is unlikely to be for several months.

As soon as it is once again safe to hold examinations in the country we will advertise this via the MRCP(UK) website and Twitter.

23 Feb 2015

The examination dates for the 2016 Specialty Certificate Examinations (SCEs) have now been finalised, and can be found on the SCE exam dates and fees page. Fees for 2016 will be announced in due course.

For further information please contact us via the website or Twitter.

19 Feb 2015

The examination dates for the 2016 MRCP(UK) Part 1 and Part 2 examinations have now been finalised, and can be found on the Part 1 and Part 2 exam dates and fees pages. Application periods and examination fees will be announced in due course.

9 Feb 2015

The Part 1 2015/02 application period is now open and will remain open until Friday 6 March 2015. Please note that no late applications will be accepted.

5 Feb 2015

The results of the MRCP(UK) Part 1 2015/1 Written Examination, held on 13 January 2015, are now available.

Candidates who have a MyMRCP(UK) account may check their results within the 'Exams History' section of their account. Candidates who do not have a MyMRCP(UK) account should create one here.

Results letters are available to print from the ‘Exams History’ section.

7 Jan 2015

The results of the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written Examination 2014/3, held on 10 and 11 December 2014, are now available.

Candidates who have a MyMRCP(UK) account may check their results within the 'Exams History' section of their account. Candidates who do not have a MyMRCP(UK) account should create one here.

Results letters are available to print from the ‘Exams History’ section of MyMRCP(UK)

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