MRCOG Part 2

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MRCOG Part 2 Written Exam Revision

The MRCOG Part 2 exam is one of the most difficult of postgraduate exams and typically has a very low pass rate.

Give yourself the best chance of passing this exam by revising with our bank of quality questions written by expert Obstetricians and Gynecologists who understand what is required for you to perform well in this exam. 

Our MRCOG Part 2 resource closely reflects what you will face on exam day and offers you a broad range of current questions covering the entire syllabus and based on themes from previous exam sittings.

Questions matched to the MRCOG Part 2 exam sitting

By subscribing today you will benefit from over 450 curriculum mapped questions and as our resource is regularly updated with new EMQs and SBA format questions, these will be included in your subscription.The resource also includes MCQs for additional learning.

492 MCQs
151 SBAs
305 EMQ Question Items

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Your MRCOG Part 2 revision resource will include:

  • Over 490 'multiple choice' questions
  • Over 300 'extended matching question' items
  • Over 150 'single best answer' questions
  • Question themes from previous exams
  • Detailed performance analysis and feedback
  • Detailed clinical scenario

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Our new Core Questions will help you optimise your revision time by delivering the most important questions first, those rated most highly by your peers and our team of clinical tutors, covering topics that you must know in order to pass your next exam, ideally at your first attempt.

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Section Editor

Dr Shree Datta

Dr Shree Datta

Speciality: MBBS LLM BSc(Hons) MRCOG

Shree Datta is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at King's College Hospital, London. She currently leads the teaching programme for Obstetric and Gynaecological specialist trainees at King's, including simulation and practical training sessions.

She has written three books, publishes regularly and been invited to speak at numerous national meetings. She is on the Board of the Journal of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine and is a trustee of the charity MedFASH. She was appointed as a member of the UK GMC in 2012 and currently is simultaneously a member of the RSM Obstetrics/Gynaecology Coucil. She has previously sat on BMA Council, reviewing the strategy and direction of these organisations.

Her main research interest relates to colposcopy and fibroids. She retains a passion for teaching and training as well as service development, on which she actively continues to lead.

Dr Shree Datta Exam Revision Tip: Start thinking about your revision early and make a timetable to attack it in manageable bites. Read all published national guidelines and know them inside out. Read and underline the important parts of each question and relate the natural history of disease and treatment to its basic pathophysiology to work out the answers to questions logically and calmly.

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