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Batch 22

Course Schedule

Introductory Session

2.5 - 3 hours

29 Nov 2022
14:00 GMT


Role Play Sessions

7 cases/session

4 - 4.5 hours

10 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT


11 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT


17 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT


18 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT



24 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT

25 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT


31 Dec 2022
14:00 GMT


1 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


14 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


15 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


21 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


22 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


30 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


31 Jan 2023
14:00 GMT


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Important Notice

Dates are tentative and are subject to change by the tutor. Candidates will be informed ahead of time regarding any changes to the schedule.

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Course Overview

The MRCOG Part 3 exam assesses knowledge and how this is applied in clinical practice (i.e. clinical skills). The assessment is based on the 14 knowledge-based modules of the RCOG obstetrics & gynecology curriculum.


In order to provide high quality and safe patient-centered care required in the exam, we teach and provide our students with an assessment of their: 

1) Clinical skills

2) Application of knowledge

3) Attitude

4) Professional values

7 - 8 weeks

8-9 hours/week

Access to a fully supportive learning experience anywhere and anytime till the exam

100+ cases

entirely online

Multiple registration options including individual listener sessions

Course Highlights

Comprehensive 16-session course

You will walk away with


In depth understanding of how to apply the 5 core clinical domain skills related to each of the 14 knowledge-based modules of the RCOG Obstetrics and Gynecology curriculum.


Knowledge of the NHS system in terms of communication within referral pathways, hierarchy of care and clinical governance.


The knowledge of how to effectively prepare for the exam with numerous tips and tricks under your sleeve.


The skill of effectively communicating with the simulated patient using appropriate language, conveying empathy and sympathy when needed and diffusing anger of the patient or relative.


The art of using professional language with the examiner and appropriately organizing your thoughts when presenting your knowledge using various approaches according to the specific case.


History taking skills, negotiation skills and counseling skills

Every Session Will Include

Interactive case scenarios 1:1

Constructive feedback domain wise

Tips to take home

Questions and answers

What is Covered?

  • All 14 knowledge-based modules.

  • You will be taught how to apply the NHS core values throughout all 14 modules which are: Respect & maintaining dignity for patients, Compassion towards patients, Maintaining patient safety & confidentiality, Team work.

  • Clinical governance: Incident reporting, Risk management & Audit. 

  • Maternity dashboard.

  • Critical appraisal.

  • Surgical instruments.

  • Filling forms: Prescription form, Delivery note, CS note.


  • Letters: Discharge letter, Referral letter.

Stats and Numbers

Courses Completed

Pass Rate

Students Instructed

Seat Types and Descriptions

Active Seat
The candidate presents live cases during the course period. Limited to 14 seats maximum.

Listener Seat
 Do not actively present cases during or after the course. Can ask questions during the sessions and in the group. 

Special Listener Seat
The candidate is a Listener during the course period. After the course ends, they present the same number of cases presented by active candidates during the course. Each candidate will present their cases individually with the tutor in one day