Final FRCR (Part B) exam
Also known as "the 2B exam"
The final FRCR 2B exams are held during a single week twice a year, in April and October. Exact exam dates can be found on the RCR website. Candidates are permitted to enter the 2B examination once they have passed all 6 modules of the FRCR Part A (2A) and have been in formal clinical radiology training for at least 34 months.
The FRCR 2B exam consists of three components: rapid reporting (also known as 'rapids'), reporting (also known as 'long cases') and a viva. Here's some help for each component:
Lists of all 2B courses and more: