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MRCP(UK) examinations

The MRCP(UK) Diploma and Specialty Certificate Examinations are designed to test the skills, knowledge and behavior of doctors in training. It has three parts:  

  • MRCP(UK) Part 1 
  • MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written 
  • MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical (PACES).  

Successful completion of the entire three-part examination is required before you can start specialist internal medicine training in the UK. All the MRCP(UK) and Specialty Certificate Examinations are approved by the General Medical Council (GMC) as part of the UK postgraduate medical training programmed and follow the UK curricula and guidelines.

Part 1

The MRCP(UK) Part 1 is the entry-level exam accessible to doctors with a minimum of 12 months’ postgraduate experience in medical employment. It covers a broad range of topics to ensure the level of knowledge is appropriate to physicians at the beginning of postgraduate training.

MRCP(UK) tests the acquisition of a representative sample of medical knowledge, skills and behavior as specified in the UK Specialty Training Curriculum for Core Medical Training / Internal Medicine Training. Part 1 is the first component of a sequence of assessments intended to match the progression of trainees undertaking the Core Medical Training / Internal Medical Training programmed in the UK, adding unique information and building on previous assessments. 

Knowledge as an essential base for the practice of clinical reasoning

Knowledge is vital as a basis for learning during postgraduate training, to develop understanding of disease processes and their treatment. Building on knowledge of basic medical science gained in undergraduate education, the purpose of Part 1 is to test knowledge and understanding of common and important disorders, as outlined in the UK curriculum, as well as clinical science. Knowledge and understanding of UK national guidelines is also required. 

Success in the Part 1 indicates you not only retained the knowledge acquired during undergraduate training, but that your knowledge of medicine has expanded and kept pace with developments that have occurred since graduation, and continues to provide an appropriate basis for clinical decision making. Part 1 is a valuable milestone during training, and helps to prepare you for the more challenging Part 2 Written and Clinical Examinations.

Part 2

The MRCP(UK) Part 2 written exam can be taken by physicians in training who have passed the MRCP(UK) Part 1 exam. It builds on the knowledge assessed in Part 1 and tests the acquisition of a representative sample of medical knowledge, skills and behavior as specified in the UK Specialty Training Curriculum for Core Medical Training / Curriculum for Internal Medicine.

Since 2018, the exam now consists of two, three-hour papers each with 100 questions. Click here for more information.

The exam will test your ability to apply clinical understanding, make clinical judgements and take responsibility for:

  • prioritizing diagnostic or problem lists
  • planning investigation
  • selecting a plan for immediate management
  • selecting a plan for long-term management
  • assessing prognosis.