To view a full breakdown of your most recent results for any of the exams please log on to your online account. Once you have logged in 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 our create an online account page.
Part 1 and Part 2 written examinations
Examination results are published on the website through candidates' My MRCP(UK) accounts 4 weeks after the examination. Approximate dates for the release of results are available on the Part 1 and Part 2 exam dates pages.
We no longer post out hard copies of results letters. Candidates' latest examination result letter can be downloaded from their My MRCP(UK) online account. If you require an electronic copy of any other results letter please contact the relevant College requesting this.
Candidates are advised that they will not receive a diploma until they have completed all three parts of the Diploma.
This diagram shows all stages in the results process:
Full examination results are available via candidates' My MRCP(UK) accounts approximately 10 working days after the examination date for candidates sitting in the UK and approximately 15 working days for candidates sitting in an international centre.
Candidates who have passed all parts of the MRCP(UK) examination will receive a hard copy results letter in the post.
This diagram shows the results process:
PACES centres with confirmed results
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- Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
- Basildon Hospital
- Bedford Hospital
- Belford Hospital
- Bishop Auckland General Hospital
- Borders General Hospital
- Castle Hill Hospital
- Central Middlesex Hospital
- City Hospital Birmingham
- Crosshouse Hospital
- Diana Princess of Wales Hospital
- Edinburgh CSAC
- Forth Valley Royal Hospital
- Frimley Park Hospital
- Glasgow Royal Infirmary
- Hairmyres Hospital
- James Cook University Hospital
- King's Mill Hopsital
- Morriston Hospital - Swansea
- Northern General Hospital
- Queen Elizabeth Hospital - Gateshead
- Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
- RCP North (October)
- Royal Cornwall Hospital
- Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
- Solihull Hospital
- St George's Hospital
- University Hospital of North Tees
- University Hospital of South Manchester
- Walsall Manor Hospital
- Whipps Cross University Hospital - Site A
- Whipps Cross University Hospital - Site B
- Wishaw General Hospital
- Colombo - National Hospital of Sri Lanka
- Dubai - Dubai Hospital
- Egypt - Military Medical Academy
- Egypt - New Kasr El Ainy Hospital
- Hong Kong - Caritas Medical Centre
- Hong Kong - Kwong Wah Hospital
- Hong Kong - Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital
- Hong Kong - Prince of Wales Hospital
- Hong Kong - Queen Mary Hospital
- Malaysia - Serdang Hospital
- Malaysia - UiTM/HSB
- Malaysia - University of Malaya Medical Centre
- Oman - Armed Forces Hospital
- Oman - Royal Hospital
- Oman - SQUH
- Sharjah - Al Qassimi Hospital
- Singapore - Changi General Hospital
- Singapore - National University Hospital
- Singapore - NG Teng Fong Hospital
- Singapore - Singapore General Hospital
- Singapore - Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Examination results are published on the website through candidates' My MRCP(UK) accounts 4 weeks after the examination. Candidates will also receive an email containing their results letter on the date of results release. No hard copies of letters are produced for the SCEs; all passing candidates will receive an official certificate approximately 6 weeks after results are released.
This diagram illustrates the stages involved in releasing the results:
Results not found
If you are unable to find your result on the MRCP(UK) website please be aware that candidates with an incomplete application will not have access to view their result online until their application is complete. Please contact the relevant College/Administrative Office if you believe that your application may still be incomplete.