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Excell Your MRCOG Part 3 with StudyMRCOG

No 1 Online Course for MRCOG Part 3

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  • Duration of Course – 6 Months
  • Private Study Group support with daily Home work programs
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Hybrid Online Mock Exam

  • Hybrid Online Mock Exams are being conducted with the help of “StudyMRCOG OSCE Exam App” completely designed in RCOG exam new format.

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One on One
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  • One on One Classes with the mentor which the aspirant chooses.
  • Provision to choose the stations which the aspirant wants.
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2 Months

  • Duration of Course – 2 Months
  • 24/7 IT support with web chat integration to solve your technical issues instantly.

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ACE – 6 Months

  • Duration of Course – 6 Months
  • Private Study Group support with daily Home work programs
Read More

Hybrid Online Mock Exam

  • Hybrid Online Mock Exams are being conducted with the help of “StudyMRCOG OSCE Exam App” completely designed in RCOG exam new format.
Read More

One on One
Session

  • One on One Classes with the mentor which the aspirant chooses.
  • Provision to choose the stations which the aspirant wants.
Read More

Intensive – 2 Months

  • Duration of Course – 2 Months
  • 24/7 IT support with web chat integration to solve your technical issues instantly.

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Course Study Materials

Case Templates & Podcasts

£129.00

PIL Summaries & Podcasts

£129.00

All You Need to Know About MRCOG Part 3

MRCOG part 3 is considered as a golden qualification in the community of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Part 3 format is a clinical assessment of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and competencies. Once you cleared MRCOG part 3 that will lead to the award of the Membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (MRCOG).

AOT (Assessment of Training)

From August 2019, the Assessment of Training (AoT) will be a requirement for entry to the Part 3 MRCOG exam. Candidates will no longer need to complete AoT before taking the Part 2 MRCOG exam. for more info

  • Part 3 MRCOG exam – May 2021

    AoT applications close on Monday 25 January 2021.

  • MTI 2021

    Applicants for the 2021 MTI scheme must provide an AoT approval letter as part of their MTI application

    AoT applications closed on Friday 20 November 2020.

    Applicants will be contacted in early February following the assessment panel reviews to advise whether or not their application has been successfully shortlisted to the next stage of the process: IRC interviews.

AOT (Assessment of Training)

From August 2019, the Assessment of Training (AoT) will be a requirement for entry to the Part 3 MRCOG exam. Candidates will no longer need to complete AoT before taking the Part 2 MRCOG exam. for more info

  • Part 3 MRCOG exam – May 2021

    AoT applications close on Monday 25 January 2021.

  • MTI 2021

    Applicants for the 2021 MTI scheme must provide an AoT approval letter as part of their MTI application

    AoT applications closed on Friday 20 November 2020.

    Applicants will be contacted in early February following the assessment panel reviews to advise whether or not their application has been successfully shortlisted to the next stage of the process: IRC interviews.

Exam Format

MRCOG part 3 Clinical Assessment consists of 14 tasks in a circuit, each task based on one of the 14 modules detailed in the syllabus.

  • Patient Safety

  • Information Gathering
  • Applied Clinical Knowledge

  • Communication with Colleagues

  • Communication with Patients & their Relatives

Each of the 14 tasks will assess between three and four of the domains to reflect everyday clinical practice where, for example, communicating with patients is inextricably linked with applied clinical knowledge, or communicating with colleagues also involves aspects of patient safety.
Each task is 12 minutes in length, which includes 2 minutes of initial reading time.

Types of task

There are 2 types of task in the Part 3 MRCOG:

Involve the candidate interacting with an actor who has been trained and fully briefed in the role she/he is to play. The actor will know all the relevant details pertaining to the case and will have some scripted questions to prompt if needed.
Involve the candidate interacting directly with a clinical examiner. The examiner will have detailed instructions about the task and a list of questions that they can use to prompt the candidate or to move the task on to ensure that he candidate does not run out of time. The examiner may give the candidate further information as the scenario evolves and then ask further questions.

To allow for more depth in the assessment of applied clinical knowledge, a circuit may contain ‘linked tasks’, where the second task is connected to the first. Candidates will be expected to build on the knowledge acquired in the first task. There may also be tasks where candidates are required to undertake a writing task.

Who will assess these tasks?

A trained Clinical Examiner will be feature on all 14 tasks. A trained Lay Examiner will feature on 4 of the 14 tasks, assessing the domains of communication, patient safety and information gathering from the perspective of the patient.

Exam Calender & Venue

Dates and venues for the exam

RCOG is currently looking for an opportunity for organizing an additional exam date for MRCOG part 3 which college will be announcing on a later stage.
RCOG has announced venue for Nov 2020 exams as mentioned below. RCOG yet to announce the venue for 2021

London:
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
10-18 Union Street
London, SE1 152

RCOG Contact/helpline Details
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +44 20 7772 6210

Syllabus & Revision Resources

Check Your Syllabus Here

Revision materials are something which every candidate look for. For Best revision and study material for MRCOG part 3 the sole answer is StudyMRCOG. Our Course Library and products provides all the study materials in one single platform for to ease your studies. Our Course Library Includes Summaries on all guidelines and Knowledge based areas, Audio Podcasts, preparatory Videos, Structured & case discussion videos (28 & 42 stations Audio and video) Patient information leaflet summaries and podcasts, SIP summaries, exam essentials, Syllabus compilations etc.

MRCOG Part 3 – Course Library
Podcast – Starter Pack
Podcast – Full Pack
Revision Resources
OSCE Case Discussion – Full Pack
Case Templates & Podcasts
PIL Summaries & Podcasts

Exam Calender & Venue

Dates and venues for the exam

RCOG is currently looking for an opportunity for organizing an additional exam date for MRCOG part 3 which college will be announcing on a later stage.
RCOG has announced venue for Nov 2020 exams as mentioned below. RCOG yet to announce the venue for 2021

London:
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
10-18 Union Street
London, SE1 152

RCOG Contact/helpline Details
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +44 20 7772 6210

Syllabus & Revision Resources

Check Your Syllabus Here

Revision materials are something which every candidate look for. For Best revision and study material for MRCOG part 3 the sole answer is StudyMRCOG. Our Course Library and products provides all the study materials in one single platform for to ease your studies. Our Course Library Includes Summaries on all guidelines and Knowledge based areas, Audio Podcasts, preparatory Videos, Structured & case discussion videos (28 & 42 stations Audio and video) Patient information leaflet summaries and podcasts, SIP summaries, exam essentials, Syllabus compilations etc.

MRCOG Part 3 – Course Library
Podcast – Starter Pack
Podcast – Full Pack
Revision Resources
OSCE Case Discussion – Full Pack
Case Templates & Podcasts
PIL Summaries & Podcasts

Do’s

  • Do check your entrance ticket upon receipt to make sure that all the details mentioned are accurate. (Printed copy should be carried)
  • Do check for parenting rooms upon arriving at the venue or ask someone who can help you find out

  • Do come the exam location on time

  • Do bring your entrance ticket and photographic identification (Signed passport, Full or provisional photographic driving licence, HM Armed Forces identity card (UK), UK Biometric Residence card) while coming to the exam hall

  • Do bring your refreshments required, college will only provide water to consume at the venue

  • Always wear your candidate number label

  • Candidates must attend to all private / personal matters prior to commencement of the examination.

  • Candidates will send a confidentiality agreement which must be signed and returned before the exam.

  • Always maintain decorum once candidate is inside the exam hall

  • Candidate shall always ask or raise your hand when any diffuculties being faced

Dont’s

  • Do not bring any smart watches, electronic gadgets such as laptops or iPad to exam venue

  • Do not bring heavy luggage’s to exam venue as the space are limited

  • Late comers will not be entertained to attend the exam and exam will be marked as attempted as well

  • No ID No entry for exams

  • A mobile phone, smart watch or electronic device found in the possession of a candidate during an examination, or the ringing, vibrating or any audible ‘beep’ heard from a mobile phone, smart watch, or electronic device whilst an examination is taking place, will be reported to the RCOG Examination and Assessment Committee.

  • No textbooks, papers, calculators, mobile telephones, pocket computers or similar articles are allowed into the examination room.

  • No smoking is allowed; no smoking devices are permitted.

  • No communication in between the candidates while attending the exams.

  • Do not start the examination until instructed by the invigilator and must not continue to answer after an examination has ended.

  • No parking facilities available for candidates on College premises in London

FAQ

Eligible candidates can apply for the Part 3 MRCOG online. The application period is only open for a short period of time. Any requests for special arrangements during the exam must be submitted before the closing date for applications. Refer the below link for more details

https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/careers-training/mrcog-exams/part-3-mrcog-exam/part-3-mrcog-exam-calendar/

Your entry ticket will be emailed to you approximately 4 weeks before your exam. You will need to print out your entry 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 3 MRCOG Secretary at the RCOG immediately after the exam you failed to attend, enclosing documentary evidence to support your circumstances.

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. The application forms include a reminder of this regulation. This means the College cannot refund your entry fee after an exam’s closing date and your candidature for the exam will remain. The College cannot make changes or transfers of centres 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 3 MRCOG Secretary at the RCOG at [email protected] immediately after the exam you failed to attend, enclosing documentary evidence to support your circumstances.

Candidates are permitted 4 attempts at the Part 3 MRCOG. Candidates who do not pass after 4 attempts are required to take the Part 2 MRCOG exam again.
College does require you to have attempted the Part 3 at least once within 7 years after passing the Part 2 MRCOG

No. Candidates who pass the Part 2 MRCOG written exam must attempt the Part 3 MRCOG clinical assessment within 7 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.