Membership of the College of Emergency Medicine
Membership of the College of Emergency Medicine or MCEM is a qualification awarded by examination by the College of Emergency Medicine, the organisation which has the responsibility of guiding the training and examinations of specialists in emergency medicine in the United Kingdom. The examination is now the preferred route of entry to specialist registrar training. The examination has three parts: part A: a true/false written paper consisting of 50 questions each with four parts based mostly around the basic sciences; part B: a written short answer question exam; part C: a practical OSCE style exam based on the whole curriculum.
You must have passed the previous part before you can move onto the next, and you have four years from completing Part A to clear all parts.
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