About MRCOG-3 Examination

The MRCOG (Membership of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) is the gold standard qualification in obstetrics and gynaecology. First held in 1931, the exam is intended for those doctors who wish to specialise in obstetrics and gynaecology. The RCOG is a truly international organisation of over 14,000 fellows and members worldwide. Its more than 6,000 obstetricians and gynaecologists are working in over 100 countries including India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, etc. The MRCOG examination consists of three parts and is set at the standard of a competent five-year specialty trainee (ST5). Membership is awarded to those who have passed all three parts of the Membership examination, and members may use the designatory letters MRCOG. Part 3 MRCOG is a stand-alone clinical skills exam that assesses candidates’ ability to apply core clinical skills in the context of the skills, as defined in the Part 2 MRCOG curriculum. The Part 3 MRCOG is a part of the assessment and validation process for entry int the UK. Each of the 14 tasks will assess between three and four of the domains to reflect everyday clinical practice. Each task is 12 minutes in length, which includes 2 minutes of initial reading time.
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