Can I postpone my Mrcog exam?

Can I postpone/withdraw/transfer my exam? The regulations state that candidates who withdraw their application for a particular exam after the closing date, or who fail to appear, shall forfeit the exam fee. In certain prescribed circumstances, the College does consider refunding the entry fee.

How can I get admission in Rcog?

How to submit your eligibility application

  1. Compose a new email with the subject: “Part 1 Eligibility Assessment Application [insert your College number]”
  2. Attach the completed eligibility application form.
  3. Attach your medical degree or registration certificate. This can be:
  4. Send your email to [email protected]

What is the use of Mrcog?

The MRCOG exam is internationally respected as the gold standard qualification for career progression in O&G. The Membership examination, which was first held in 1931, is intended for those who wish to specialise in obstetrics and gynaecology.

How hard is Mrcog?

Time: Part 1 MRCOG is relatively an easy exam. Usually 2-3 months of preparation are enough if you can spare 3-4 hours per day for study. It is not applicable to everyone, as we all have different personal, professional and financial circumstances.

Is Mrcog equivalent to MD?

Is MRCOG Equivalent to a Master of Medicine? Yes. The Medical Council of India has approved the MRCOG degree as the qualification to practice as obstetricians and gynaecologists in India that is equivalent to a Master of Medicine in India.

Is Mrcog accepted in Australia?

The Australasian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists will probably not recognise your MRCOG part one, and if you intend to remain in Australasia you will have to join the training programme there. The English programme will probably recognise time spent in New Zealand and Australia in accredited positions.

Who can sit Mrcog?

Candidates are eligible to enter for the Part 1 exam when they have obtained their medical degree. However, candidates are advised to attempt the exam only after they have had some grounding in postgraduate obstetrics and gynaecology.

Can I work in UK after Mrcog?

To apply for a non-consultant career-grade role, you need to have completed a minimum of 4 years in O&G and to have passed the MRCOG exams. Appointment is by open competition. If you’re a non-EEA national, you’ll need a work permit from the UK Home Office and appropriate experience, usually with some time in the NHS.

How long does it take to prepare for Mrcog Part 1?

Time: Part 1 MRCOG is relatively an easy exam. Usually 2-3 months of preparation are enough if you can spare 3-4 hours per day for study.

Can I practice in UK after Mrcog?