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MRCP UK Part 1 2024

UK-based candidates have the option to take online exams from their homes. However, starting from the 2023/4 diet, international students
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Overview:

The MRCP Part 1 evaluates a broad spectrum of medical knowledge, skills, and professional conduct outlined in the UK Specialty Training Curriculum for Core Medical Training/Internal Medicine Training. Serving as the initial stage in a series of assessments, MRCP UK Part One is tailored to align with the progression of trainees enrolled in the UK’s Core Medical Training/Internal Medical Training program. It complements prior evaluations by introducing unique content and enriching the learning trajectory.

Eligibility for MRCP UK Part 1
Physicians with a minimum of 12 months of postgraduate experience in medical practice are eligible to sit for the MRCPUK Part 1 exam.

MRCPUK Part 1 Exam Dates 2024
The MRCP Part 1 application must be completed within the specified opening and closing dates.

UK-based candidates have the option to take online exams from their homes. However, starting from the 2023/4 diet, international students are required to participate in centre-based exams.

MRCP UK Part 1 Application Deadlines

– 2024/1: November 6 – November 13, 2023
– 2024/2: February 5 – February 12, 2024
– 2024/3: June 3 – June 10, 2024
– 2024/4: August 5 – August 12, 2024

Exam dates:

– January 24, 2024
– April 17, 2024
– August 14, 2024
– October 16, 2024

Application deadline:

– November 20, 2023
– February 19, 2024
– June 17, 2024
– August 19, 2024

Results available by:

– February 23, 2024
– May 17, 2024
– September 13, 2024
– November 15, 2024

MRCP UK Exam Centres in India
The MRCP Part 1 online Exam was conducted at 6 Indian centres, the highest among all countries:

– Chennai
– Hyderabad
– Kolkata
– Kerala
– Mumbai
– New Delhi

MRCP Part 1 Test Fee
The MRCP Part 1 fee for International Students is £616, while for UK Students, it is £460. For Indian students, the approximate cost of MRCP is INR 65,000.

MRCP Part 1 Exam Format

– The MRCP Part 1 exam is conducted in a one-day format.
– It consists of two papers, each lasting three hours.
– Each paper contains 100 multiple-choice, best-of-five questions.
– In the marking system, the correct answer is awarded +1 mark, with no negative marking for wrong answers.
– The exam is computer-based, either at a test centre internationally or online via a proctoring service in the UK.

Specialty Number of questions
Cardiology 14
Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 15
Clinical sciences** 25
Dermatology 8
Endocrinology, diabetes and metabolic medicine 14
Gastroenterology and Hepatology 14
Geriatric medicine 8
Haematology 10
Infectious diseases 14
Neurology 14
Oncology 5
Medical ophthalmology 4
Palliative medicine and end-of-life care 4
Psychiatry 9
Renal medicine 14
Respiratory medicine 14
Rheumatology 14
Total 200
The provided data is approximate and may vary in actual exams.

 Clinical sciences include:

Specialty Number of questions
Cell, molecular and membrane biology 2
Clinical anatomy 3
Clinical biochemistry and metabolism 4
Clinical physiology 4
Genetics 3
Immunology 4
Statistics, epidemiology and evidence-based medicine 5
MRCP Part 1 Passing Mark
To pass the MRCP Part 1 exam, candidates must achieve a score higher than 540. After totaling the correct answers in the two papers, most scores will range from 200 to 800.

MRCP Part 1 Preparation
If you are seeking MRCP online coaching, you can consult with a MOKSH Academy counselor to explore MRCP Part 1 coaching options. This includes MRCP Part 1 online classes, MRCP Part 1 sample question bank, and mentor support.

 

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