Part 2 MFDS cancellation – 2 and 3 March 2018

As severe weather conditions and travel disruption are set to continue, the decision has been taken to cancel both examination days. The College regrets this action, taken due to concerns regarding safety of all participants. A full refund of fees will be given.

Part 2 MFDS cancellation – 2 and 3 March 2018

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As severe weather conditions and travel disruption are set to continue, the decision has been taken to cancel both examination days. The College regrets this action, taken due to concerns regarding safety of all participants. A full refund of fees will be given.

If possible, we hope to reschedule these dates and will provide an update to all candidates on Wednesday 7 March 2018 on whether this is possible. Unfortunately, we are unable to respond to individual queries in this respect in the meantime.

Exam places remain available in Glasgow and Manchester on 15-16 May – the closing date has been extended to noon on Friday 9 March; if you wish to transfer, please advise us by email at the address below and we will contact you at the closing date. Note that candidates from the March diet will be given priority access to the remaining places and we will make all efforts to ensure all can be accommodated.

Some candidates have asked about a transfer to the London centre running this weekend. Unfortunately, our colleagues in the Edinburgh College advise they have had to change their arrangements too due to weather issues and are unable to host any further candidates.

Please note the College is closed today and tomorrow, due to weather conditions.

Contact address – mfds@rcpsg.ac.uk


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