MRCS – Part A

MRCS – PART A
MRCS – Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons

Part A of the Intercollegiate MRCS is a five-hour MCQ exam consisting of two papers taken on the same day. The AM paper is three hours and the PM paper is two hours in duration.

The exam uses single best answer MCQs Questions designed to test knowledge of both applied basic science and principles of surgery in general to a level that a surgical trainee should have achieved two to three years after qualification.

What are the eligibility criteria for the MRCS – Part A radiology exam?

To be eligible to sit the MRCS exam, you must hold a medical degree that is acceptable to the UK General Medical Council (GMC) for full or provisional registration or to the Medical Council in Ireland for full or temporary registration. Further information can be found on the intercollegiate MRCS exam website.

Dates, fees and venues

The exam is available in January, April, and September. Further information can be found in the dates and fees document. 

How to apply

Please visit the Royal College of Surgeons website to access updated practice materials and to view announcements, regarding changes in test delivery software. 

You must obtain the most recent information before taking any MRCS examination.

Watch this short instructional video from the Royal College Surgeons

What does Connect Academy do for you to help you pass this exam?

After a careful analysis of the performance of the tests and the feedback from students who preceded the exam, Connect Academy divided the problem into two main issues that most students face, namely the lack of understanding of the basic theories, and the failure to focus on preparing for the form of the test. Narrowing options to determine the correct answer is more difficult than expected.

We know that it is easy to get lost in the classroom with many students so to ensure that you get the personalized education you need all of our classes are taught by the most qualified lecturers who have already successfully passed all parts of the fellowship you wish to obtain.

Course details:

  • 40 lectures at a rate of 3 training hours/week … Training hours/month.

The course covers all aspects of the exam, and you can easily get scientific books and study materials once you register for the course!

MRCS – PART A  Course Curriculum

No. of sessions Topic Instructor
16 Applied Physiology Dr. Tarek
5 Principles Of Surgery Dr. Tarek
7 Anatomy Dr. Waleed
3 Principles Of Surgery Dr. Waleed
4 Pathology Dr. Wael
2 Principles Of Surgery Dr. Wael
3 Ortho Dr. Amr
40 Sessions Total  

What will you achieve in this course?

  • Increase your knowledge and understanding of the MRCS PA exam.
  • Intelligent and innovative study plans to maximize knowledge.
  • Training to solve questions on each topic.
  • Providing scientific materials and resources to help you with your studies.
  • Mock Exam.
  • Providing previous exams and examples for exam training.
  • There are few participants inside the classrooms to ensure students receive personal attention.
  • Get a comprehensive daily study plan and high-quality lectures.
  • Review and analyze with the lecturer and the participants until the day of the exam.
  • WhatsApp or Telegram group for easy communication with the lecturers.
  • Facilitating the registration of the examination procedures.

Course Delivery Methods

  • The course is available online and inside the Academy.
  • All live sessions are recorded, so you can download them automatically via the Internet. “available for 7 days so that they can review them whenever possible.”

How can I register for the course?

Registration and payment methods policy
Registration methods:
Reservations can be booked through (contacting customer service by phone or through social networking sites).

Payment methods:
Cash (attendance at the Academy).
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1. Endocrine A
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2. Endocrine B
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Endocrine B

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3. Endocrine C
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Endocrine C

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4. Endocrine D
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Endocrine D

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5. Kidney A
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Kidney A

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6. Kidney B
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Kidney B

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7. Kidney C
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Kidney C

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8. Blood
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Blood

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9. CVS A
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CVS A

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10. CVS B
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CVS B

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11. CVS C
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CVS C

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12. CVS D
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13. Respiratory
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Respiratory

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14. Cardiothoracic surgery
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15. CNS
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CNS

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16. CNS, Neuro
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17. Anatomy for upper limb A
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Anatomy for upper limb A

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18. Vascular surgery
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Vascular surgery

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Vascular surgery Material

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19. Anatomy for upper limb B

Anatomy for upper limb B

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20. Plastic surgery and breast surgery
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Plastic surgery and breast surgery Material

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21. Anatomy for Abdomen
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Anatomy for Abdomen Material

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22. Emergency medicine and the management of trauma
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Emergency medicine and the management of trauma Material

Emergency medicine and the management of trauma Material

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23. Anatomy for Abdomen & Pelvis
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Anatomy for Abdomen & Pelvis

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24. Surgical General Pathology A
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Surgical General Pathology A

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25. Thorax
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26. Surgical General Pathology B
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27. Head & Neck A
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28. Urology
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29. Head & Neck B
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31. Anatomy of Nervous system
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Anatomy of Nervous system

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Anatomy of Nervous system Material

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32. Surgical Pathology: ENT
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Surgical Pathology: ENT & Microbiology

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Surgical Pathology: ENT & Microbiology Material

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33. GIT A
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34. Surgical Pathology: Oncology
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Surgical Pathology: Oncology & Surgical techniques

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Surgical Pathology: Oncology & Surgical techniques Material

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35. GIT B
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36. Ortho A
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37. GIT C
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39. GIT D
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40. Ortho C

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The intercollegiate MRCS and DO-HNS examinations are jointly managed by the four surgical royal colleges of the United Kingdom and in Ireland. The Intercollegiate Committee for Basic Surgical Examinations (ICBSE) develops, maintains and quality assures both MRCS and DO-HNS on behalf of the colleges. From the 16th of March, all MRCS and DO-HNS exams will be postponed until the end of August in the first instance due to COVID-19.

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