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How to apply

Online application

Apply online through My MRCP(UK). The main steps are:

  • Log into your My MRCP(UK) account
  • Check that all your personal details are up-to-date
  • Fill in details about whether you are training in the UK or not
  • Choose a centre where you would like to take the exam
  • Complete any special arrangements where applicable as the details will not still be on the system from a previous exam (information about Reasonable Adjustments can be found here)
  • Pay for the exam.

If you are unable to make an application online, please contact the team and request for a paper application form. Previously saved or stored paper applications will not be accepted.

If you are applying to sit the exam in Hong Kong, further details of how to make an application can be found here.

Completing your application

When you apply for the Part 2 exam your application may be incomplete for one of the reasons below.

1) Fee payment

Follow the guide to make payment attempt online via your MyMRCP account using a credit/debit card:

How to pay online via MyMRCP account

If you are unable to pay via MyMRCP account, contact the central office. You may be able to make a payment over the phone. You will need to provide the 16 digit card number, expiry date (month/year) and the 3 digit security code (on the back of the card). Payments will be processed using a secure payment system and card details will not be stored by MRCP(UK).

In order to comply with UK law we cannot accept credit/debit card details sent in emails/via the contact form on this website, either in the body text or as attachments. If you do send card details in this manner it is entirely at your own risk. Card details received in emails or as attachments will be immediately deleted and payments will not be actioned. Card payment can only be made online via the application system or by telephone.

2) Declaration form

Candidates with constraints on their practice should complete the online declaration form below as soon as possible.

For further information regarding reasonable adjustments click here.