Exam dates and fees

MRCP(UK) Part 2 Examination dates and fees

Dates for the 2019 and 2020 MRCP(UK) Part 2 Examination are available below:

Details are correct as the time of publication but the MRCP(UK) Central Office reserves the right to change these at any time.

The Part 2 written examination moved to a single day format from the beginning of 2018. The new examination consists of two, three hour papers each with 100 questions. Click here for more information.

Applications made outside the opening and closing dates will not be accepted. Please see the UK examination centres and international examination centres sections for details of which centres run for which examinations.

To find out how to apply online watch our video.

2019/1

Exam Application period Exam date Fees Results release
Part 2 2019/1

7 January - 20 January 2019

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26 March 2019

UK £419

International £594*

26 April 2019

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2019/2

Exam Application period Exam date Fees Results release
Part 2 2019/2

15 April - 28 April 2019

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2 July 2019

UK £419

International £594*

2 August 2019

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2019/3

Exam Application period Exam date Fees Results release
Part 2 2019/3

19 August - 1 September 2019

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22 October 2019

UK £419

International £594*

22 November 2019

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2020/1

Exam Application period Exam date Fees Results release
Part 2 2020/1

6 January - 19 January 2020

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24 March 2020

UK £419

International £594*

24 April 2020

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2020/2

Exam Application period Exam date Fees Results release
Part 2 2020/2

13 April - 26 April 2020

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14 July 2020

UK £419

International £594*

14 August 2020

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2020/3

Exam Application period Exam date Fees Results release
Part 2 2020/3

10 August - 23 August 2020

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27 October 2020

£419

International £594*

27 November 2020

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*The application process/fee for Hong Kong and Singapore centres are different.

All cheques should be made payable to 'The Royal College of Physicians' regardless of the College through which you are entering the examination.