Medical Oncology SCE

Online SCE Medical Oncology question bank and mock exam, consisting of 436 MCQs helping you prepare for the MRCP SCE Medical Oncology exam.

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SCE Exam Date - 11th Sep 2024





What is the MRCP SCE Medical Oncology?

The Specialty Certificate Examination (SCE) in Medical Oncology is a standardised exam held once a year by the MRCPUK. The purpose of this exam is to evaluate the knowledge and clinical skills of doctors who want to become certified as specialists in medical oncology. The exam tests the ability of candidates to diagnose and treat cancer patients, and assesses how well candidates can apply their knowledge to practical situations they may encounter as oncologists.

Our online study resource for the Medical Oncology SCE is designed to assist your preparation for the exam. It includes a comprehensive range of test questions, which will help you understand the format and style of the real exam. By using our resource, you can develop the required skills and knowledge to pass the SCE and achieve your career aspirations in medical oncology.

By passing the exam, you can create new career opportunities for yourself, both locally and globally. Moreover, it will have a positive impact on the lives of cancer patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

Training Position

To be eligible to take the SCE in Medical Oncology, candidates must have completed their core medical training and have obtained a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) or a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) in medical oncology.

General Medical Council (GMC) Registration

Candidates must be registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) and be a member of a recognised medical college.

The exact requirements might change over time, so it's always best to check the official guidelines from the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) or the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB).

After taking the SCE in Medical Oncology, candidates will receive their results within six weeks. If a candidate passes the exam, they will be awarded a certificate of completion. If a candidate fails the exam, they will be able to retake the exam, but they will need to wait at least three months before they can do so.

The number of times you can take the exam may be limited, depending on the regulations of the medical board or organisation responsible for conducting the exam. To determine the specific details about the limit on retakes, it is advisable to contact them directly.

Showcasing Expertise

Passing the SCE is a testament to your knowledge, skills, and proficiency in medical oncology. It not only distinguishes you from your peers, but also reassures patients and colleagues that they can trust your expertise in the field.

Boosting Career Prospects

Obtaining the SCE certificate can open doors to new job opportunities, promotions, and career development. Employers value the SCE certification, which can make you stand out in the job market and help you advance in your chosen specialty.

Achieving Professional Recognition

The SCE is acknowledged by various professional organisations, both nationally and internationally. This certification can lead to opportunities for international collaborations, research projects, and professional networking, allowing you to make a positive impact within the global medical oncology community.

Fostering Professional Development

The process of preparing for and taking the SCE encourages you to stay abreast of the latest developments in medical oncology. This commitment to lifelong learning ensures that you deliver the best possible care to your patients and maintain a high standard of practice.

Enhancing Quality Improvement

The SCE allows you to assess your strengths and pinpoint areas for improvement, which in turn helps you refine your clinical practice and improve patient outcomes. Continuous improvement is vital for maintaining excellence in patient care and driving progress in medical oncology.

Benefits of our Medical Oncology SCE Revision

436 Oncology MCQs

Feel confident for your exam with our clinically rich question bank and mock exam, reflective of the SCE Medical Oncology exam blueprint.

Instant Answers & Feedback

Learn more than just the right answer by receiving further reading and a full explanation of answers to deepen your knowledge and understanding.

Frequently Updated

Our experts regularly review and add new oncology MCQs to our resource, meaning you'll receive the most up-to-date revision material available!

Reflective Revision

Compare peer responses, make online revision notes, submit your queries to our Resource Editor and benefit from unlimited resits.

24/7 Access

Learn around your busy schedule by accessing our oncology questions whenever you like - all you need is an internet connection!

Specialist CPD

Demonstrate your capability by gaining a CPD Certificate on successful completion of our Oncology MCQ bank.

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Topics Covered in our Oncology SCE Resource

This unique revision resource is designed to assist candidates who are preparing for the Specialty Certificate Examination (SCE) in Medical Oncology. Consisting of 436 multiple-choice questions, which includes 100 MCQs assigned to the timed mock exam, our online revision resource is similar to the format, difficulty level and ‘best of five’ style questions used in the actual exam.

For those preparing for the Oncology SCE, we strongly recommend you complete our comprehensive question bank first, as this will allow you to identify your strengths and work on your areas of weakness before putting your knowledge to the test with our mock exam.

The question bank itself mirrors the topics covered in the MRCP SCE Medical Oncology exam blueprint, which allows you to revise via the following categories:

Germ cell tumours

Head and neck cancer

Hepatobiliary cancer


Lung and thoracic cancer


Acute oncology

Breast cancer

Carcinoma of unknown origin

Cervical cancer

Clinical research, ethics and economics

CNS cancer

Colorectal and anal cancer

Endocrine cancer

Scientific basis of malignancy

Skin cancer

Standard operating procedures

Supportive therapies and palliative care

Systemic anticancer therapy

Urothelial cancer

Uterine cancer

Oesophagogastric cancer

Ovarian cancer

Professional skills

Prostate cancer

Renal cell cancer



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