MRCEM Intermediate

MRCEM Intermediate

The new MRCEM Single Best Answer (SBA) paper will replace the FRCEM Intermediate SAQ. This exam is:

  • A single best answer paper assessing understanding of the full range of conditions and presentation that may be encountered in the ED
  • With 180 questions, presented as two 90 question papers with two hours per paper
  • It will replace the FRCEM Intermediate SAQ and MRCEM Part B (which have a similar syllabus though a different format)
  • Existing passes in MRCEM B (after 2012) and FRCEM Intermediate SAQ remain valid
  • Prior unsuccessful attempts at the Intermediate SAQ will be counted.

 

The first sitting of the MRCEM Intermediate is on 14th September 2021.

 

The 2021 FRCEM/MRCEM Intermediate examination dates are shown below (taken from the RCEM website):

Diet

Closing Date

Exam Date

Autumn 2021

(New MRCEM SBA)

2nd July 2021

14th September 2021

Spring 2022

21st December 2021

15th February 2022

 

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