FRCEM Intermediate Examination Applications
Please note that your booking is provisional until you receive an email confirmation from the Examinations Department confirming an examination slot has been allocated to you, this will be after the closing date. The FRCEM Intermediate allocations will be made as soon as possible and will be emailed to candidates when complete. This may take some weeks/months after application.
The College reserves the right to change the examination calendar at any time and without prior notice.
Applicants wishing to withdraw their entry for an examination must notify the Examinations Department by email to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to 17:00 (GMT) on the closing date for receipt of applications. Fees cannot be refunded after this time.
Candidates unable to attend an examination will forfeit their examination fee. In exceptional circumstances, the Director of Education will consider requests to transfer a candidate’s entry to the next examination sitting subject to receipt of written supplementary evidence (e.g. a detailed medical certificate, a death certificate for a close family member).
There is normally no restriction on the number of places available for either the FRCEM Intermediate SAQ or the Intermediate SJP examinations but candidates may not always be allocated their first choice venue.
Travel and Accommodation
The College is unable to arrange travel or accommodation for examination candidates.
Please complete the on-line application form to sit the FRCEM Intermediate examinations. Some fields are mandatory and you will not be able to proceed unless that field is completed satisfactorily.
All personal information held by the Examinations Section of the College will be held in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 1998/Freedom of Information Act 1998. Any data collected will not be released elsewhere without your permission.
Disclosure of Information: Under the Data Protection
Act 1998, the information provided on this form and your examination
result may be processed and passed to examiners, your College Tutor,
Postgraduate Dean, employer etc.. for legitimate purposes connected with
your training. If you are registered or anticipate being registered
with the GMC then your personal data, including data about your
examination results, will be passed to the GMC for quality assurance and
research purposes and to facilitate the awarding of certificate of
completion of training (CCT’s).