Royal College of Physicians
MRCP – Membership of the Royal College of Physicians
Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) is a pre-qualification in advanced specialist training for physicians seeking to become licensed specialists. It is a joint fellowship between the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and the Royal College of Physicians in London.
Dates, Fees, and Venues
the MRCP exam is held in the following months of each year:
- Part 1 (January – May – September).
- Part 2 (March – July – October).
- Part 3 (depending on the location of the exam).
Further information can be found in the dates and fees on the Royal College website.
What does the exam include?
The MRCP exam is a three-part test that includes both theoretical and practical assessment:
After careful analysis of the exams and feedback from candidates who have previously taken the exam, CoNNect Academy has divided the problem into two main issues that most Doctors face:
1- The wide variety of study sources and books, as well as the lack of knowledge of new information in the specialty.
2 – Narrowing down the options to select the correct answer is also more difficult than expected.
And to ensure that you get the best quality of education you need, all our classes are taught by the most qualified lecturers who have already successfully passed all parts of your desired fellowship.