This qualification has been designed to test the skills, knowledge and clinical behaviour of doctors specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology
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The MRCOG qualification is made up of three parts, details of which can be found below. Successful completion of all three stages is required for membership of the College (MRCOG) to be awarded.
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Our helpful bite-size videos series has been designed to provide potential candidates with key information about the MRCOG exam and what you can expect.
Become an RCOG Associate
Become an RCOG Associate to receive a comprehensive range of resources designed to support exam candidates throughout their MRCOG journey. This is the perfect way to prepare for your upcoming exam and ongoing professional development.
The Assessment of Training (AoT) is a requirement for entry into the MRCOG Part 3. Before applying for the MRCOG Part 3 exam or MTI scheme, candidates must have had their training assessed to confirm their eligibility to register.
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National Trainees Conference 2024
This annual conference is a must-attend for O&G trainees, offering a unique opportunity for learning, networking and inspiration. The conference will be held 20-21 May 2024 in Brighton, UK.