MFD Part 2 face to face exam in Doha, Qatar - Friday February 25th, 2022
The Faculty of Dentistry is delighted to announce a once off face-to-face MFD Part 2 exam will take place at Hamad Medical Corporation in Doha, Qatar on Friday February 25th, 2022.
The MFD Part 2 exam to be held in Doha, Qatar will consist of 7 face to face OSCE Stations (written paper), followed by 1 structured Viva (structured and standardised discussion of the contents of 4 OSCEs).
Successful candidates are awarded the prestigious internationally renowned qualification (Membership of the Faculty of Dentistry) from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
The first 25 candidates *accepted for this exam will receive complimentary registration for a limited attendance Intensive MFD Preparatory Course to be held in Hamad Medical Corporation - Doha, Qatar, between Sunday, February 20th - Thursday, February 24th, 2022.
*Must meet the eligibility criteria and have provided the required documentation before application is deemed accepted.
Preparatory Course: Success Rate / Feedback
73% of those who participated in the Faculty’s recent MFD Preparatory Courses were successful in the exam.
75% of those recently surveyed stated that they would recommend this course to a friend or colleague.
The face to face MFD Part 2 exam to be held in Doha, Qatar is a standalone exam. Further MFD Part 2 exam sittings will continue to be held online. More information about the Faculty's online MFD examinations can be found here.
If you have any questions about the face to face MFD Part 2 exam to be held in Doha, Qatar, please visit our FAQs Section below, or you are welcome to make enquiries by telephone or email. All queries should be directed to:
Ms. Julie Plunkett
Student, Academic & Regulatory Affairs (SARA) Department, RCSI
FAQs - MFD Part 2 (Face to Face Exam)
The MFD Part 2 exam to be held face-to-face in Doha, Qatar will consist of a) 1 written paper which contain 7 OSCE Stations, and b) 1 structured Viva (structured and standardised discussion of the contents of 4 OSCEs).
The online MFD Part 2 exam consists of one 90 minute assessment and includes 15 OSCE/Clinical Scenario based questions, where you enter your response online. The contents of the traditional Viva have been incorporated into the extra questions within the online paper.
Yes, whether MFDRCSI is awarded online or face-to-face, the examination is of exactly the same and equal standing.
The online MFD Part 2 exam will continue for the foreseeable future and current online exam dates are available up to June 2022.
The face to face MFD Part 2 exam in Doha, Qatar is a standalone exam. Further MFD Part 2 exam sittings will continue to be held online.