All candidates for the Part 2 MRCOG exam must apply online using credit, debit or net banking. Please refer the below link to access the booking page.

https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/careers-training/mrcog-exams/part-2-mrcog/

Candidate would need a re-issued degree certificate or certificate of medical registration stating your new/married name, as well as a copy of your marriage certificate/affidavit showing both your former and your new name. Sending a marriage certificate/affidavit alone is not sufficient.

Candidate will receive the entrance ticket in approximately 4 weeks before your exam through email (registered with RCOG). You will need to print out your entrance ticket and bring it with you to the exam, together with photographic identification.

All the information regarding the VISA shall be enquired to the relevant consulate. RCOG shall provide a letter of attendance for the exam if the candidate requested when applying the exam.

RCOG 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. RCOG cannot make changes or transfers of centers after the closing date. If you fail to attend the exam, your entry will not be counted as an attempt.
In certain prescribed circumstances, the College does consider refunding the entry fee. If you wish to apply for this, please do so in writing (hard copy, not email or fax) to the Part 2 MRCOG Secretary at the RCOG immediately after the exam you failed to attend, enclosing documentary evidence to support your circumstances.

Candidates in UK-based training who intend to enter the UK Specialist Register are permitted no more than 6 attempts at the Part 2 MRCOG. Candidates who wish to apply for the Part 2 MRCOG following 6 previous fails need to provide supporting documentation from their Head of School (or equivalent) outlining the exceptional reasons for permitting a further attempt at the exam.

No, but the College does require you to have attempted the Part 2 at least once within a certain period of time after passing the Part 1 or gaining exemption from the Part 1:
• Candidates wishing to enter the UK Specialist Register must attempt the Part 2 within 7 years of passing/gaining exemption from the Part 1 (pro rata, to a maximum of 10 years)
• All other candidates must attempt the Part 2 within 10 years of passing/gaining exemption from the Part 1

No. Candidates who pass the Part 2 MRCOG written exam must attempt the Part 3 MRCOG clinical assessment within seven years (pro rata). If they do not attempt the Part 3 MRCOG clinical assessment within this timeframe, they will be required to take the Part 2 MRCOG exam again.