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A Practical Guide to help you prepare for MRCP Part 2
Frequently Asked Questions
The MRCP Part 2 Written examination is designed to test the doctor’s knowledge of clinical medicine as relevant to their practice. The aim is to ensure the candidate understands common and important disorders that they may come across during their specialist training, at an entry level.
It can only be taken by doctors who have passed the MRCP(UK) Part 1 exam.
Achieving the full MRCP diploma is an essential step for those aiming to enter higher specialist training in the UK, and is recognised in many other countries as well.
In the MRCP Part 2 exam, the questions are usually complex, with longer stems requiring the candidate to integrate several pieces of clinical information, including the results of investigations, in order to come to the correct answer. The questions may require the candidate to apply two-step logic more frequently, for example by first coming to the diagnosis based on the information given, but the question being about treatment rather than the underlying diagnosis.
It includes subjects like cardiology, respiratory medicine, gastroenterology, endocrinology, and many others.
For more details, visit the MRCP Part 2 Exam page.
These more complex question stems are designed in order to mimic clinical reasoning and clinical medicine as may be experienced in clinical practice; this is in contrast to Part 1, where the stems are usually shorter, with single-step logic, and a greater focus on clinical sciences.
The questions in MRCP Part 2 written therefore tend to have a slightly more clinical focus, asking the candidate to either make a diagnosis, or identify the next best step in management, treatment, or investigation.
The MRCP Part 2 is a one-day exam, consisting of two three-hour papers.
Each paper contains 100 multiple-choice questions (best of five format).
The exam is computer-based and can be taken at test centers internationally or online in the UK.
Preparing for the MRCP Part 2 requires a solid study plan focusing on the breadth of medical knowledge.
Here are some detailed tips:
Practice Questions: Engage with a significant number of practice questions to test your knowledge and understanding of various topics. This will also familiarise you with the MRCP Part 1 format and question style.
Targeted Reading: Engage with online knowledge resources and guidelines covering the core subjects that will come up in Part 1. Focus on understanding concepts as well as high yield testable facts.
Mock Exams: Attempt mock exams or question quizzes under timed conditions to simulate the real exam environment. This helps in building your confidence and time management skills.
Applications for the MRCP Part 2 are made online. To find out about application dates, fees, and the application process, you can visit the MRCP Part 2 Exam dates and fees page.