June 2021 FFICM MCQ Exam
Bookings are now open. Please click here
The next FFICM Final MCQ examination is on 25 June 2021. The application window for the sitting will open on Monday 8 March 2021, the deadline for applications is 5pm on Thursday 6 May 2021.
This exam will be delivered on line with TestReach. Please review the written exams online guidance here, including the process for scheduling the exam and technical support during the exam. You will also be able to access TestReach tutorials here.
To view the FFICM Exam Regulations please click here
March 2021 FFICM VIVA Exam
Bookings are now CLOSED.
To review the Remote FFICM Examination information please click here
To view the FFICM Exam regulations please click here
New guidance on number of attempts at FFICM examinations (applicable from August 2020)
In accordance with General Medical Council guidelines on managing examinations during the pandemic, any candidate’s first sitting of an examination in a new online format (online written with remote proctoring or online face-to-face clinical) will not have that attempt counted towards the overall total six attempts if they do not receive a pass.
This temporary change applies to all FFICM examinations between August 2020 and 31 July 2021.
- if a candidate fails the first attempt of an online proctored MCQ exam, the attempt will not be counted. Subsequent sittings of the same exam will then count towards the total overall number of attempts.
- if a candidate sits the online face-to-face Final OSCE and SOE and fails one component, the passed component will be held and the failed component will not count as an attempt. Any subsequent resit will count as an attempt.
Please see our separate statement on advice for doctors in training on the new joint website.
RCoA Statement on Examination Fees 2020-21
The Royal College of Anaesthetists, which administers and delivers the FFICM examinations, has released a statement regarding examination fees for the 2020/2021 academic year. The costings outlined in the statement have been deferred until January 2021 but will apply from that date onward.
The FFICM examination is an integral part of the assessment of the standalone CCT in Intensive Care Medicine, and will enable national standards to be applied fairly for all learners irrespective of where or by whom they are trained.
The examination will build on the experience of other Royal Colleges' examinations and also the best components of the FCICM (Australasian) exam - this examination and training programme has gained widespread recognition for its quality.