How do I check my MRCS results?

How do I check my MRCS results?

Exam results are published on the ‘my-account’ area of the website. To view them please login to your ‘my-account’ area of the website, Your username is the email address you used when you booked your exam (you can also use your contact id number if you know it).

How long does it take to get MRCS Part A results?

Three to four weeks after the exam, you will be able to log-in to your account to view your results. After another two weeks, a result letter will be posted to you.

What is the pass rate for MRCS?

As mentioned previously, the pass rate for Part A of the MRCS is relatively low. The two most recent exams, in January and April 2021, had pass rates (the proportion of candidates passing the exam) of 37.7% and 43.6% respectively.

Does your MRCS score matter?

#2 Your MRCP/MRCS/FRCR/MRCOG score Having a higher score than the next applicant will not gain you any advantage in your application, so don’t focus on scoring the highest possible, focus on learning the material well and developing your skills and knowledge as a specialist.

How long does MRCS last?

Part A of the Intercollegiate MRCS is a five-hour multiple choice question exam with two papers sat in one day. The questions are in single best answer format. The morning paper is 3 hours long and the afternoon paper is 2 hours long.

What happens if you fail MRCS?

Following the final unsuccessful attempt, the candidate’s Educational Supervisor will be required to confirm that the candidate has demonstrated an improvement in knowledge and skill so that a pass result is highly likely at the next attempt before the additional attempt is allowed.

What should I read for MRCS?


  • Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy (13th ed.)
  • Ganong’s review of medical physiology (25th ed.)
  • Last’s Anatomy: Regional and Applied (12th ed.)
  • Essential revision notes for Intercollegiate MRCS : book 1 (2006)
  • Access to surgery : 500 single best answers in general & systemic physiology (2007)

How hard is MRCS?

Introducing MRCS Part A This includes cardiothoracics and neurosurgery. The exam has 2 parts: Part A and Part B. Part A tests your anatomy, physiology, pathology, etc. and is tested via MCQs and EMQs.

Can I work in UK after MRCS?

Completion of MRCS will allow you to work in the UK from ST3 level upward (ST3+), with seniority beyond ST3 level dependent on experience. MRCS is one of two routes an overseas doctor can take full GMC registration (postgraduate qualification or PLAB route).

Is MRCS equal to MS?

The Medical Council of India which is the authority to consider the equivalence has not stated on way or other as to whether the degree obtained by the petitioner, i.e., M.R.C.S. (General Surgeon) from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Scotland, is equivalent to M.S./MD degree obtained by a student in India.

How long is part a of the MRCS?

Part A of the Intercollegiate MRCS is a five-hour MCQ exam consisting of two papers taken on the same day. The AM paper is three hours and the PM paper is two hours in duration.

Is the MRCS test only for core training?

The MRCS exam will only test knowledge at the level expected of all trainees completing core training irrespective of their chosen specialty.

Do you have to have a medical degree to take the MRCS?

Save up to £512 when you take your MRCS Part B with us. To be eligible to sit the MRCS exam, you must hold a medical degree that is acceptable to the UK General Medical Council (GMC) for full or provisional registration or to the Medical Council in Ireland for full or temporary registration.

How much money do you save with MRCS Part B?

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