The clinical examination is an artificial but unbettered assessment of the candidate's ability to assess a patient humanely, produce a formulation and treatment plan and speak knowledgeably on random aspects of psychiatry. It is the most important single part of the Part II examination and it must be passed. The emphasis is on general psychiatry. The new MRCPsych Part I also has a clinical component and the same administrative principles apply.
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