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MRCS Part B Exam Overview
The MRCS Part B exam consists of 18 stations each lasting 9 minutes. Each station is designed to assess the selection criteria outlined by the Royal College of Surgeons. You will rotate round all 18 stations during the PART B OSCE with 1 minute between stations.
Our MRCS Part B Question bank features a mock MRCS Part B OSCE.
Applying for the MRCS Part B
The MRCS Part B (OSCE) examination may only be applied for after successful completion of Part A (Written).
The Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (iMRCS) may be sat at any of the four Royal Colleges below and covers the same syllabus.
The main differences between colleges you sit the MRCS with are: the use of college facilities, membership benefits and where the MRCS Part B examination centres are located.
Following successful completion of the MRCS Part B a retention fee is payable in monthly or yearly instalments to the college of application.