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DRCOG exam

This section of the website brings together everything you need to know about the DRCOG, the RCOG’s exam for non-O&G specialists who work in women’s health care, especially general practitioners (GPs).

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All the latest news and announcements about the DRCOG will appear on this page. If you’re an exam candidate, please check this page regularly to keep up to date.

DRCOG Exam October 2017

Applications for the October 2017 exam are now closed.

Who can sit the DRCOG exam?

All applicants for the DRCOG exam must be registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) or the Medical Council of Ireland (MCI).

For more information, please read:

When and where can I sit the DRCOG exam?

To see when and where the DRCOG exam is being held, please view the exam calendar.

What does the DRCOG exam involve?

This section of the website contains a range of information about the DRCOG exam, including:

How should I prepare for the exam?

Exam results

  • On the day the results are released, as stated in your candidate instructions, you will be emailed from the exams department during the UK working day by 4pm UK time at the latest.
  • Appeals against examination results can only be made against the process of the examination. If you would like to complain because the service we have provided has been unacceptable, please read the College’s complaints and appeals policy.

Find out more

For more information, please read the DRCOG FAQs.

If you have any questions then don’t hesitate to contact us at exams@rcog.org.uk or call us on +44 20 7772 6210.

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