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All You Need To Know About MRCP

MRCP stands for Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians. This internationally recognized postgraduate medical degree is globally recognized as the symbol of excellence for physicians across the world.

MRCP Part 1

  • Number of papers: Two papers test
  • Number of questions : 100 multiple choice questions MCQs
  • Exam pattern: MCQ pattern with questions in best of five format.
  • Marking pattern: One mark for correct answer ,No negative marking.
  • Time duration : 3 hours

MRCP Part 2

  • Number of papers: Two papers
  • Number of questions : 100 multiple choice questions
  • Exam pattern: MCQ pattern with questions in best of five format.
  • Marking pattern: One mark for correct answer ,No negative marking
  • Time duration:3 hours


  • Exam format : Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills(PACES).
  • Number of stations: 5
  • Time duration : 20 minutes per station

MRCP Eligibility & Application Process

All you need to know about eligibility criteria and the application process of the MRCP exam.

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Check Your Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for the MRCP Exam, you must meet certain eligibility requirements of RCP. Before you begin the booking process,check your eligibility and make sure you are on the right track.

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Exam Fees & Exam Calendar

MRCP Part 1 Exam Calendar & Fees


August 14, 2024

June 3, 2024

October 16, 2024

August 5, 2024

MRCP Part 2 Exam Calendar & Dates


September 11, 2024

July 8, 2024

November 20, 2024

September 16, 2024

MRCP PACES Exam Calendar & Dates



What is MRCP exam?

MRCP is the Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians. This internationally recognized medicalpostgraduate degree opens your door to a dream medical career as a physician in the UK.

What is the structure of the MRCP exam?

MRCP is a three-level examination consisting of MRCP Part 1, MRCP Part 2 Written, and MRCP Part 2 Clinical(PACES).

Part 1 consists of two papers, each three hours long.Each paper contains 100 questions in a ‘best of five’format. The two papers are taken on the same day, at aspecified exam centre in the UK or abroad, doctors intraining are entitled to take the exam after they have been qualified for 12 months. MRCP Part 1 needs to becleared before appearing for Paper 2 and PACES.Part 2 consists of two, three-hour papers each with 100questions that test your ability to apply clinical understanding, and make clinical judgments.The MRCP Part 2 Clinical Examination (PracticalAssessment of Clinical Examination Skills – PACES) isdesigned to test the clinical knowledge and skills of trainee doctors who hope to enter higher specialisttraining.

What is the required eligibility to appear for the exam?

To be eligible for MRCP Part 1 examination, candidates must have a GMC-recognized primary medical qualification and a minimum of 12 months post-graduate experience in the medical field.To be eligible for the Part 2 examination, you must clear Part 1 first

How many times MRCP exams are conducted in a year ?

Applications for the MRCP part 1 exam open three months before each exam date, and as per the current exam timeline provided in the official website, exams are scheduled to be conducted in January, April, August and October 2023.And Part 2 exams are usually scheduled to be conducted in February, May, September and November.The clinical examination PACES are conducted 3 times in a year.

How many times can one appear for the exam?

You are only permitted a maximum of six attempts eachat the MRCP exam, which is the medical entrance exam. You can thus show up for parts 1 and 2 six times each. However, you have seven years from finishing part 1 to pass part 2, as well as the PACES course.

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