MRCOG Part 1 Exam
MRCOG EXAM OVERVIEW
The Part 1 MRCOG assesses the Scientific Platform for Clinical Practice. It examines the 15 core Knowledge Areas in four domains of understanding. This is assessed using single best answer (SBA) questions. Areas include: 1. Understanding Cell Function: physiology, endocrinology and biochemistry, 2. Understanding Human Structure: anatomy, embryology and genetics, 3. Understanding Measurement and Manipulation: biophysics, epidemiology and statistics, data interpretation and pharmacology and 4. Understanding Illness: immunology, microbiology, pathology and clinical management.
MRCOG Part 1 Examination
2 x computer-based test (CBT) examination
2.5 hours (150 minutes) each
100 single best answer questions (SBAs) each.
No minimum score required for each paper and the outcome is determined only by a candidate’s overall (combined) mark.
2 papers over 1 day
Applying for the Part 1 exam is a 2-stage process: eligibility and booking.
You must first have your eligibility application processed and approved, before you can make a booking application online.
If your eligibility has been approved already, you do not need to apply again.
However, it’s essential to use the same RCOG account which has your eligibility approved.
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