RCR examinations are an internationally recognised benchmark of excellence as well as a vital element of UK training.
However, we could not provide any examinations without the essential contribution of many examiners in a wide range of roles. This includes all those radiologists and physicists contributing to our FRCR exams and the Diploma in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology.
Why become an examiner?
“Being a FRCR Part 2B examiner is undoubtedly the most satisfying and rewarding highlight of my career, both professionally and personally. The privilege of contributing to the development of competent radiologists of the future, learning from colleagues (radiology as well as examining), and the comradeship more than repay the commitment and hard work involved.”
As an examiner you may get involved in a number of ways:
- Question writing and sourcing images
- Moderating and classifying materials
- Selecting content for individual sittings
- Identifying pass standards
- Conducting orals
- Evaluating individual candidate performance
- Reviewing the performance of questions and patterns of examination performance overall
- Shaping the future of the exams
- First FRCR (Anatomy): musculoskeletal radiology
- First FRCR (Physics): medical physicist, general radiology
- Final FRCR Part A: breast radiology, paediatric radiology, chest, and cardiac radiology, nuclear radiology
- Final FRCR Part B: breast radiology, vascular radiology, neuroradiology
- First FRCR Examination (Anatomy)
- First FRCR Examination (Physics)
- Final FRCR (Part A) Examination
- Final FRCR (Part B) Examination
- Diploma in Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology Examination Board: Dental/Medical Radiologists and Medical Physicist
How to apply
Applications are closed.