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Certifcate Guide part1part2 
Requirement

Candidates can take Part 1 of the examination at any stage following graduation from a Dental School recognized and acceptable to the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Candidates should normally be a minimum of 12 months qualified from a Dental School recognized and acceptable to the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Candidates must provide evidence of:-

-- A pass in Part 1 MFDRCSI or equivalent* or a pass in the Diploma of Primary Care Dentistry (DipPCDRCSI)

-- Evidence of 50 CPD hours in the 12 months prior to the examination.

-- candidates must have completed a Basic Life Support course and provide evidence of this on application for Part 2 (see note below regarding CPR).

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Exam Format

A three hour written paper which is composed of the following:-

--75 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) each consisting of a stem and five branches, with each branch being independently TRUE or FALSE and

-- 20 Single Best Answer Questions (SBAs) each consisting of five statements with only one correct answer.

An Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). There will be a minimum of 12 questions provided within an examination booklet, each of five minutes duration along with at least two observed stations that may contain simulated clinical events. Knowledge of patient examination, communication, diagnosis and treatment planning may be tested. No specialist knowledge is required.

 

Exam Date

April , October

January, March, April, May, November, December.

Fees

750 Euro*

850 Euro*

 Venue

Ajman, UAE - Jordan (Amman) – Bahrain – Belfast - Khartoum, Sudan – Kuwait - Doha, Qatar - Malmo, Sweden - New York, USA

Ajman, UAE - Jordan (Amman) – Bahrain - Jordan (Irbid) - Khartoum, Sudan – Kuwait - Doha, Qatar - Dublin 2- Malmo, Sweden - New York, USA

Availibilty in Egypt

No

No

How to complete your application! 

The online application must be received by the SARA Department (Student Academic and Regulatory Affairs) on or before the closing date of the examination.

The online application must be received by the SARA Department (Student Academic and Regulatory Affairs) on or before the closing date of the examination.

Limitation of trials 5 years 5 years  

FRCS Ophth. Edinburgh

FELLOWSHIP OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF EDINBURGH in the subject of OPHTHALMOLOGY, FRCSEd (Ophth).  

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