Booking Window for MRCPI OBG 2 OSCE May 2024 Exam Opens Soon: Things You Must Know While Confirming Your Seats!

  • BY StudyMEDIC - 28th Feb 2024

Booking Window for MRCPI OBG 2 OSCE May 2024 Exam Opens Soon: Things You Must Know While Confirming Your Seats!

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Ireland (RCPI) will soon open the booking for the MRCPI OBG 2 OSCE May 2024 exam. As per the RCPI update announced through its official website, the exam booking will be available from 28 February 2024. If you are a medical aspirant looking to propel your career in obstetrics and gynaecology to new heights by qualifying for MRCPI, it’s time for you to take the final step to become a member of RCPI.

MRCPI OBG 2 OSCE Exam Structure

The MRCPI OBG Part 2 OSCE exam consists of an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and a clinical examination. The OSCE exam is composed of seven ten-minute stations and one rest station at the least. The purpose of the exam is to evaluate the knowledge and understanding of the candidate in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The exam further tests the skills of the candidates when it comes to problem-solving, diagnosis, investigation, treatment, clinical, and communication skills.

Things to keep in mind

According to the official website of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI), The next O&G OSCE/Clinical Exam will take place on 17 & 18 May 2024 in Ireland. Applications will open on 28 February 2024, and aspirants have a time period of one week to confirm their seats. The booking window closes on 3 April 2024, and the provisional results will be out by 14 June 2024.

As the places in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Part II OSCE/Clinical Examination are limited, there are chances that the aspirant may not get a place in this exam when they first apply. RCPI does not ask the aspirants to pay the exam fee upon the first application; if you are successful in your application, you will receive an email after the final closing date for applications with a link for payment and confirmation of your place in the exam.

In case RCPI can’t offer you a place in the OSCE/Clinical exam, you will be placed on a waiting list, and you will be offered a place if one becomes available.

In Ireland, achieving MRCPI means you are ready to enter Higher Specialist Training, the final stage of training before independent practice. So, book your slots at the earliest and give yourself the best chance to make it happen.

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