Don’t Miss Out: MRCP Part 1 Booking Closes June 10th

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MRCP Part 1 Booking Closes June 10th

MRCP Part 1 August exam preparation is reaching its final lap, with the exam registration closing on June 10 for the third MRCP Part 1 exam attempt in the year 2024. Candidates can only participate in the October session if they are not taking part this time around.

 What is the MRCP Exam ?

The MRCP Part 1 examination is one of the routes for medical professionals to attain eligibility for medical practice in the UK. It is a three-part examination that bestows the prestigious membership of the Royal College of Physicians on successful examinees. 

Benefits and Eligibility

This examination is crucial for all medical professionals aspiring for a medical career beyond borders. Especially for those who wish to pursue a career in the United Kingdom as a medical professional. The MRCP Exam can be attempted by anyone with a medical degree from a medical school recognised by the GMC and 12 months of clinical experience.

MRCP Part 1 Exam Fees and Important Dates

The MRCP Part 1 exam can be registered on the official site by paying £460 for UK students and £616 for international students. Keep your eyes open, as the registration closing date is just a handful of days away for the August session of MRCP Part 1 2024. The important dates are given below:

  • Registration Opens: 3, July, 2024.
  • Registration Closes: 10, July, 2024.
  • Examination Date: 14, August, 2024.
  • Results By: 13, September, 2024.

Keep your eyes out for these MRCP Part 1 2024 exam dates and other updates by consistently checking the official website and making sure there are no changes.

Exam Format and Pattern

MRCP Part 1 is structured in a format with two exams with 100 questions each. Each exam has 100 questions that follow a pattern of multiple-choice questions in the best-of-five-question format. The total duration of the exam is 6 hours, divided equally among the two exams, and takes place on the same day.

Mode of Examination and Next Steps

The exam is given by UK students from their personal devices under the scrutiny of a proctoring service, while international students take part in the exam in an exam centre. The candidates can only take a shot at MRCP Part 2 if they can successfully crack the Part 1 examination. It can be retaken a maximum of six times in the event of failure.

The MRCP exam is one of the best ways to elevate your medical career beyond the confines of mere borders. This is a golden opportunity for MBBS graduates with just one year of experience to upgrade their career to practise on a global scale. Just prepare well and register before the deadline.

Don’t forget to contact us if you have any doubts or confusions regarding registration and exam preparations.

By : rasheedaav

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