MRCP Part 2 – Written
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Next course: 04 - 05 September 2021 (Two day weekend course)
09.00 - 17.00
MRCP Part 2 – Written
Variety of teaching session delivered online covering all aspects of MRCP part two syllabus with approach to answering MCQs.
The MRCP part 2 written (1) exam is suitable for those candidates how have successfully passed the MRCP part 1 exam (2). According to the Royal College of physicians (3), the syllabus aims to build on the knowledge and skills attained in the part 1. The exam consist of two hundred multiple choice questions over a six hour period, with one hour break in between. The total score for the exam is 800 and pass mark is set at 454 since 2016(4). However this may change in the subsequent years.
Our MRCP part 2 revision course consists of 2 days of comprehensive teaching. The aim of the course is to teach the high yielding topics based on previous exam questions. The course is designed to help candidates prioritise, plan and execute immediate management’s plans for the common presentations.
High yielding questions
The course will focus on the recurring topics and the questions repeated in past exams to give you the highest possible chance of passing.
Teaching will be delivered by multiple choice questions method. Detailed explanations will be given on how to eliminate the wrong answers and the reasons behind the right answers
Teaching from speciality registrars/consultants
The lecturers and examiners will be current trainees from the relevant specialities with extensive teaching experience.
To keep the content engaging, candidates will be asked questions and given time to think of answers throughout the course. They will also be able to ask the lecturers any questions or suggestions they have throughout.
All candidates will be provided with a certificate of attendance, which can be used to get reimbursement from the deanery!
Only a set number of candidates will be able to book onto the course to maintain high quality of teaching.
Number of questions*
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Infectious diseases and GUM
Oncology and palliative medicine
Therapeutics and toxicology
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