Principles of Surgery Examination
This examination may be taken after a minimum of two years of training that meet the specialty training requirements in one of the surgical disciplines recognized by the College. All candidates must pass this examination to be eligible for the comprehensive objective examination.
The written component consists of three, two-hour papers on the principles, practice and basic sciences as applied to Urology.
- Paper 1
- Paper 2
- Part I: Multiple choice questions
- Part II: Multiple choice questions
The OSCE component consists of multiple standardized examination stations, of approximately five hours duration.