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MICGP Examination

Contact

Email: micgpexam@icgp.ie
Tel: 01 6763705

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CKT Registration: Registration for the 16th April '24 CKT is now closed for those sitting the Irish paper. The registration link for candidates sitting the Malaysian CKT paper will open by the end of February and we will email eligible candidates directly with information to register.

June CCT Registration: Registration for the June CCT will go live in February 2024. Communications will go out to eligible trainees in advance of publishing the booking forms.

Please note that all current exam registrants should review the MICGP Regulations Handbook 2020-2021, available on the Trainee Resources Page on www.icgpeducation.ie

Queries regarding registration should be directed to micgpexam@icgp.ie

Assessment Cycle 2024

  • Saturday, 27th January 2024 - CCT-Ireland (Year 4s Only)

Spring Term:

  • Tuesday,16th April - CKT Ireland & Malaysia
  • Wed, 24th & Friday, 26th April - CCT-Malaysia
  • Friday 7th & Saturday 8th June - CCT-Ireland
  • Tuesday, 9th July - MEQ Runoff exam (for those who failed Sep '23 only)

Autumn Term:

  • Saturday, 9th November - CCT-Ireland

Entry Requirements / Eligibility to Sit

CKT

This module is open to trainees in Years 2/3/4 of Training in the standard 4-year pathway, or Trainees in Years 1/2/3 in the 3-year pathway (RPL).

CCT

This module is open to trainees who have accrued a full 6 months GP Registrar experience AND Trainees in Years 3/4 of the standard 4-year pathway, or trainees in Years 2/3 of the 3-year pathway (RPL)

MEQ

This module has been retired and is only available to those currently completing the MEQ pathway (2020 intake or prior) who have yet to pass. If you are unsure whether or not your are eligible and/or expected to sit the MEQ, please contact us at micgpexam@icgp.ie

Module Prep Courses

Please note that information in the below prep courses is updated before each sitting and may be changed if viewed in advance of an exam. If you are a candidate, please review all information in the weeks leading up to exam day for the most up-to-date information. Additionally, please note that certain sections of the course, including passwords and webinar links, may be restricted to enrolled candidates only. The below courses will only be accessible to SD Teams, Scheme Admins, Trainers, and Trainees.

MEQ Prep Course

CCT Prep Course

CKT Prep Course - Ireland

CKT Prep Course - Malaysia

CCT-Malaysia Prep Course

Exam Fees for 2023:

Reimbursable under TSS. Modules can be paid in instalments or in a single payment.

MEQ: €800

CKT: €800

CCT: €1,500

Ellard Eppel Trophy

Ellard Eppel was born in May 1923 in Dublin where he obtained his primary and secondary education. He attended Trinity College Medical School graduating in 1949 and then trained in the Richmond and Rotunda Hospitals. He particularly enjoyed Midwifery (Midder) carrying out home deliveries in the surrounding district, which was the practice at the time. Later, it was not unusual for him to attend the birth of a baby whose mother he had also delivered.

He married Beth Abrahamson in 1947. She was his confidante, advisor and love of his life for their entire 55 year marriage. They had four children.

After initially setting up practice in Walkinstown, an area then developing near Dublin, he moved the surgery to Kimmage where he was to practice as a GP for the next 50 years. He served as Vice Chairman of the Irish Red Cross, and was President of the Dublin Jewish Board of Guardians, the Terenure Hebrew Congregation and the Dublin Jewish Students Union and was a member of the Irish Council of Christians and Jews and Medical Council. He was elected to the Council of the Irish Medical Association and was instrumental in helping to amalgamate that organisation with the Irish Medical Union to form the Irish Medical Organisation of which he later was a trustee. In 1991 he became President of the Irish College of General Practitioners, which he considered the highest accolade that a General Practitioner could receive. He was keenly aware of the relationship between societal ills and health and encouraged the College to undertake research projects amongst the population.