Mark Your Calendars! MRCP Part 1 Registration Starts June 3rd

Sat 06, 2024
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MRCP Part 1 August exam preparation is reaching its final stretch, with the exam just around the corner. The registration opens on July 3 and is available until the 10th, for the penultimate attempt in the year 2024.

MRCP Examination

The MRCP Part 1 examination is the first and foremost barrier in the three-part examinations. That acts as one of the qualifying factors for medical professionals to practise in the UK as medical professionals. Successful examinees who complete all three parts are awarded the prestigious membership of the Royal College of Physicians.

Benefits and Eligibility

This examination is highly beneficial for all medical students and professionals. Especially for those who wish to pursue a career in the United Kingdom and further elevate their career on a global scale. Any personnel having a medical degree with GMC recognition and 12 months of clinical experience is eligible to take part in the examination.

Exam Fees and Important Dates

The MRCP Part 1 exam can be registered via the MRCP(UK) online account by paying £616 for international students and £460 for UK students. MRCP Part 1 2024 August registration and exam dates are important for a more calculated approach to preparing for the examination.

  • 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 consists of two exams with 100 questions each that follow a pattern of multiple-choice questions in the best-of-five-question format. Each exam is 3 hours long and takes place on the same day.

Mode of Examination and Next Steps

The exam is given in an exam centre for international students. UK students take part in the exam from their personal devices under the scrutiny of a proctoring service. The candidates can attempt the MRCP Part 2 if they successfully pass the Part 1 examination. In the event of failure, it can be retaken a maximum of six times.

The MRCP is referred to as the shortest path to a global health career, as this is a wonderful opportunity for MBBS graduates with just one year of experience to level up their career to practise international medicine. Just prepare well and keep an eye out for the important dates.

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