As rightly said “The beginning is the most important part of the work”, we have to start our studies by acquiring the maximum information which we can collect or gather. A good start aids for a smoother journey.
Introduction to MRCPI (Obs & Gyns) – A Benchmark for Excellence
MRCPI – Membership of Royal College of Physicians of Ireland
The MRCPI Obstetrics and Gynaecology examination is accredited by the Medical Council of Ireland as the foremost knowledge-based assessment for Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Ireland. As per Ireland medical education structure, passing MRCPI enables you to enter higher specialist training.
Eligibility Criteria for MRCPI Part II Written
Students who had passed MRCPI Part I General Medicine (General Medicine or Pediatrics) within the last six years can sit for MRCPI Part II written exams or MRCOG Part I (Please note – exemption from MRCOG Part 1 is not accepted)
MRNZCOG (New Zealand)
FCPS (O&G) (Pakistan)
Med Malaysia (O&G) – Applies only to candidates awarded this qualification from 2008 onwards
MRNZCOG (New Zealand)
FCPS (O&G) (Pakistan)
All MRCPI examinations are conducted in the English language. The Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists runs a preparatory course for the MRCPI O&G Examination in advance of each sitting of the exam. For further information please check our website click here www.rcpi.ie.
MRCPI Part II OSCE – Candidates have 2 years from the date of passing MRCPI part II written in which to attend MRCPI Part II OSCE exams
For more info (Click Here) https://www.rcpi.ie/examinations/mrcpi-in-obstetrics-and-gynaecology/obstetrics-and-gynaecology-part-ii-written/
Click here to access revised MRCPI EXAM calendar 2020 https://www.rcpi.ie/examinations/covid-19-updates-and-new-2020-examinations-calendar/
PATTERN OF EXAMS
|S. No||MRCPI Part II Written||MRCPI Part II OSCE|
|1||One paper||• Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and clinical exam with real patients|
|2||100 Single Best Answer questions||• OSCE: seven active stations, 10 minutes each|
|3||Three hours||• Clinical exam: One long clinical case, 25 minutes|
|4||Held twice a year||• Available in Ireland and United Arab Emirates|
For more information click here https://www.rcpi.ie/examinations/mrcpi-in-obstetrics-and-gynaecology/
StudyMRCOG offers diversified preparatory courses for MRCPI aspirants along with a support of a fully fledged course library. Please go through the below link for More details about our MRCPI courseshttps://studymrcog.com/mrcpi-part-2-written-fast-track/
HOW TO SUCCEED MRCPI OBS & GYN’s Part II
- MRCPI has around 43 O & G guidelines which shall be read and understood before the exam – Click here for more details https://www.rcpi.ie/faculties/obstetricians-and-gynaecologists/national-clinical-guidelines-in-obstetrics-and-gynaecology/
- Topics which are not covered in the above were referred from Stratog and other resources.
- Practice all the important Guidelines such as GTG, NICE, BAASH & TOG.
- Practice all available SBA’s to gain more confidence and familiarization.
- Select an appropriate course provider which furnishes the required study materials and suitable courses at one place. Click here to read more about StudyMRCOG
- SBA’s and EMQ’s for MRCOG part 2 – Shreeladha Datta and Tahir Mahmood
- SBA’s for MRCOG Part 2 – Brian A Magowan
Aspirants study patterns vary from one person to another. Some students likes to read a lot but some likes to hear and learn etc. StudyMRCOG offers all these provisions under one roof named as “StudyMRCOG Course Library” in one click. We offer
- RCPI Guideline Summaries prepared by our Mentors panel
- RCPI Guideline Summaries podcasts
- Important Guideline Summaries and its podcasts
- Syllabus compilations
- Short and Long Case discussion video/audio podcasts in high quality without background interferences
- Case Templates and its Podcasts prepared by our Mentors panel
Please click the below link to learn more about StudyMRCOG Course Library https://studymrcog.com/product-category/studymrcog-exclusive-course-materials/
LEISURE TRIPS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
- Free your mind and engage yourself for exams at least 20 days before the exam date.
- Do not plan and do last minute Hurry Burries which always complicates the scenario.
- If you think you had left any topics at the last moment, don’t focus your attention on that leave it and move on with what you had studied. (If you have time min 15 days attend those topics)
Always Focus and Never Lose Faith in yourself