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Am I eligible to apply for the MFSRH examinations? +

Only medical doctors (UK & international) are eligible to take the MFSRH examinations. You will need to upload proof of your medical degree when ...

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How much does it cost to take the MFSRH? +

Fees for each examination can be found on our website . MFSRH examination fees in 2021 are: Part I - £375 Part II - £625 ...

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How will I be examined? +

Currently, the MFSRH consists of two examinations (Part I and Part II) and an Evidence Based Commentary. The Part I is a 60 question Single Best A...

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When is the examination? +

The Part I examination is held twice a year: in April and October.  The Part II examination is held once a year during the summer, usually in...

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Where will the exam take place? +

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic we have introduced some changes to the way our exams are delivered. The Part I examination in October 20...

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The application form is asking for a GMC number but I am not UK-based. +

If you are an international candidate and do not have a GMC number please contact Niall Hamilton at NHamilton@fsrh.org for assistance.

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When will I receive received confirmation of my application? +

We review all applications after the closing date and will send email confirmation and further information about your exam once your applications has...

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How do I apply for reasonable adjustments for my exam? +

If you are eligible for reasonable adjustments, you must submit your request in writing. Please include original copies of your medical documentation...

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What are the system requirements for sitting an examination online? +

The system requirements depend on the examination that you are sitting.  For the Part I and Part II KAT the minimum system requirements for r...

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What happens if I am no longer able to attend an examination I have applied for? +

If you are no longer able to attend an examination that you are enrolled on, then you can either defer to a future exam sitting or withdraw in li...

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