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FRCR examinations: Clinical radiology 

  • The RCR sets and runs FRCR examinations in clinical radiology and the DDMFR examinations in dental and maxillofacial radiology.
  • A range of information regarding the First FRCR Anatomy and Physics examinations, the Final FRCR Parts A and B and the DDMFR Examinations, including entry requirements, fees, examination formats, venues and results publication can be found in this section.

FRCR Part 1 (Radiology) – CR1

  • Purpose of assessment
    • The First FRCR Examination expects candidates to have gained a knowledge of the physical principles that underpin diagnostic medical imaging and of the anatomy needed to perform and interpret radiological studies.
    • Candidates are examined against the Specialty Training Curriculum for Clinical Radiology. The purpose of assessment statements for anatomy and physics detail both components purpose, the required level of candidate training and the application of results.
    • The First FRCR Examination comprises two modules: anatomy and physics.
    • Please direct any examinations queries to:  or 020 7406 5905.

FRCR Part 2B (Radiology) – CR2B

  • Purpose of assessment
    • The Final FRCR (Part B) assessment examines candidates on all aspects of clinical radiology against the Specialty Training Curriculum for Clinical Radiology
    • The Final FRCR Examination Purpose of assessment statement details the examination’s purpose, the required level of candidate training and the application of results.
    • The Final FRCR (Part B) examination consists of a reporting session, a rapid reporting session and an oral examination.
  • Please check in advance that you are able to log in to the RCR website before applying. You will need to reset your password the first time you access the new portal. 

FRCR Part 2A (Radiology) – CR2A

  • Purpose of assessment
    • The Final FRCR (Part A) single best answer (SBA) papers examine candidates on all aspects of clinical radiology and the basic sciences of physics, anatomy and techniques, against the Specialty Training Curriculum for Clinical Radiology.
    • The Final FRCR Examination purpose of assessment statement details the examination’s purpose, the required level of candidate training and the application of results.
    • The Final FRCR (Part A) examination comprises two papers, each containing 120 questions and covering a broad range of the core curriculum.

Important FRCR exam-related links


Also watch:

  1. Youtube channel “The Royal College of Radiologists”
  2. FRCR Radiology exam in the Youtube channel “RadioGyan – Radiology Made Easy”
  3. The FRCR Examinations in the Youtube channel “BDI Resourcing”


Also read:

  1. Royal College of Radiologist Webpage
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