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MRCOG examination
 
TEST PAPERS
 
Papers I
Papers II
   
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
Candidates are eligible for the part-1MRCOG examination when theyhave obtained their medical degree
 
Part-1 examinations are held biannually in March and September.
 
The examination is on basic science and consists of two multiple choice question (MCQ) papers, each lasting two hours. The examination embraces those subjects which form part of the general education of any specialist and particularly those aspects which are applicable to obstetrics and gynaecology.
 
The part -1MRCOG examination consists of two MCQ-papers, each containing 60 questions. Two hours allowed for each paper. The questions are dividing into different sections, each addressing a particular topic of the syllabus.
 
Paper-1
20MCQ on anatomy and embryology.

20MCQ on endocrinology and statistics.

20MCQ on microbiology, pharmacology and immunology
 
Paper-2  
20MCQ on physiology

20MCQ on pathology and genetics.

20MCQ on biochemistry and biophysics
 
   
Each MCQ consists of item and five branches. Your answer to each Each MCQ consists of item and five branches. Your answer to each
branch either True ‘T’ or false ‘F’.
   
Each item correctly answered (whether it is ‘true’ or ‘false’) is awarded one mark (+1). No mark is (0) are awarded for an unattempted question. No negative marking has been done in this mock exam.
   
Candidates whose total marks are equal to or above the passing mark will pass, regardless of their performance in individual sections of the papers.
   
Please note that it is possible with on going advances in the basic sciences that small number of the answer may alter following publication.


PHYSIOLOGY PAPER 2:
   
Q 1. Heparin prevents clotting primarily because:  
   
(a) dissolve fibrinogen True False I don’t know.
(b) blocks conversion of prothrombin True False I don’t know.
(c) inactivates thromboplastin True False I don’t know.
(d) blocks the action of thrombin on fibrinogen True False I don’t know.
(e) all of the above True False I don’t know.
   
Q 2 . In water intoxication , the extra volume of water is present:  
   
(a) In intravascular compartment True False I don’t know.
(b) In intracellular compartment True False I don’t know.
(c) In interstitial compartment True False I don’t know.
(d) Evenly distributed in all compartment True False I don’t know.
(e) Located in the transvascular compartment True False I don’t know.
   
Q 3 . Body fluid pH depends on primarily on the renal control of :  
   
(a) Secretion of hydrogen ion in exchange sodium True False I don’t know.
(b) Secretion of hydrogen ion in exchange potassium True False I don’t know.
(c) Secretion of hydrogen ion in exchange ammonium True False I don’t know.
(d) Reabsorpion of sodium in exchange of potassium True False I don’t know.
(e) Reabsorpion of sodium dibasic phosphate and secretion of bicarbonate True False I don’t know.
   
Q 4. In the steady state most human cells maintain a high intracellular potassium concentration and a low sodium
    level. which of the following isresponsible for this ion asymmetry :  
   
(a) Resting membrane is more permeable to potassium than to sodium True False I don’t know.
(b) Resting membrane voltage potential True False I don’t know.
(c) The internal osmotic pressure True False I don’t know.
(d) Sodium – potassium exchange pump True False I don’t know.
(e) The difference in sizes of spheres of hydrated sodium and potassium True False I don’t know.
   
Q 5 . Heat stroke is mainly caused by :  
   
(a) Excessive heat production True False I don’t know.
(b) Inability to sweet True False I don’t know.
(c) Conductive heat gain True False I don’t know.
(d) Inability to loss heat by radiation True False I don’t know.
(e) Too much covering by clothing True False I don’t know.
   
Q 6 . Sebaceous glands :  
   
(a) Arise independent of the follicular canal True False I don’t know.
(b) Secret sebum from single layer of basal cells lining their lumen True False I don’t know.
(c) Increase secretion under the effect of androgens True False I don’t know.
(d) Secret sebum only in response to adrenergic excitation True False I don’t know.
(e) Important for temperature regulation True False I don’t know.
   
Q 7 . Following intravenous injection, any substance which appears to be distributed through 20% - 30% of the body
       water volume is perhaps:  
   
(a) Restricted to plasma volume True False I don’t know
(b) Not freely diffusible through the capillary membranes True False I don’t know
(c) Not entering the intracellular compartment True False I don’t know
(d) Distributed only in intracellular compartment True False I don’t know
(e) Restricted to Git True False I don’t know
   
Q 8 . Heat is mainly moved from the body core the periphery by:  
   
(a) Heat conductance from cell to cell True False I don’t know
(b) Circulatory assisted conductive & convective heat transport True False I don’t know
(c) Thermal radiation between body cells True False I don’t know
(d) The sweet glands True False I don’t know
(e) Convection from cell to cell of body True False I don’t know
   
Q 9. During two minutes of exercise event, oxygen debt is incurred:  
   
(a) At a constant rate during the exercise True False I don’t know
(b) After stopping exercise True False I don’t know
(c) Rapidly at the onset of exercise True False I don’t know
(d) Before of the exercise True False I don’t know
(e) When blood pressure is more than 200 mm hg True False I don’t know
   
Q 10. Acclimatization function to high altitude involve:  
   
(a) Maintaining ventilation that is excessive with respect CO2 exchange True False I don’t know
(b) Producing an alkaline urine True False I don’t know
(c) Maintaining is normal serum pH despite low PCO2 True False I don’t know
(d) Increasing the oxygen carrying capacity of arterial blood True False I don’t know
(e) None of the above True False I don’t know
   
Q 11. All of the following cause hyperventilation except:  
   
(a) Decrease of pH of CSF True False I don’t know
(b) Decrease of plasma bicarbonates True False I don’t know
(c) Residing of high altitude True False I don’t know
(d) Adrenergic nerve stimulation True False I don’t know
(e) Hypoxemia by a direct effect on J receptors True False I don’t know
   
Q 12. Mouth to mouth respiration provides concentration of oxygen of:  
   
(a) 16 % True False I don’t know
(b) 20 % True False I don’t know
(c) 22 % True False I don’t know
(d) 24 % True False I don’t know
(e) 25 % True False I don’t know
   
Q 13. PR interval is equivalent to :  
   
(a) Atrial depolarization True False I don’t know
(b) Ventricular depolarization True False I don’t know
(c) AV nodal conduction time True False I don’t know
(d) Interval between atrial & ventricular depolarization True False I don’t know
(e) SA conduction tie True False I don’t know
   
Q 14 . Hormones that are not released as a result of trauma :  
   
(a ) Growth hormones True False I don’t know
(b) Thyroxin True False I don’t know
(c) Glucagon True False I don’t know
(d) Antidiuretic hormones True False I don’t know
(e) Insulin True False I don’t know
   
Q 15. Ventilation – perfusion ratio is maximum at:  
   
(a) Apex of lung True False I don’t know
(b) Base of lung True False I don’t know
(c) Equal in all areas True False I don’t know
(d) Left posterior lobe True False I don’t know
(e) Right posterior lobe True False I don’t know
   
Q 16. The following parameters change with age EXCEPT:  
   
(a) Glomerular filtration rate True False I don’t know
(b) Hematocrit True False I don’t know
(c) FEV1 True False I don’t know
(d) Glucose tolerance True False I don’t know
(e) Visual acuity True False I don’t know
   
Q 17. Highest conduction velocity is observed in :  
   
(a) SA node True False I don’t know
(b) AV node True False I don’t know
(c) Bundle of his True False I don’t know
(d) Purkinje system True False I don’t know
(e) None of the above True False I don’t know
   
Q 18. A patient with untreated diabetes mellitus type – 1 is brought to the emergency room. An injection of insulin
        will cause an increase in her:  
   
(a) Urine glucose concentration True False I don’t know
(b) Blood glucose concentration True False I don’t know
(c) Blood potassium glucose True False I don’t know
(d) Blood pH True False I don’t know
(e) Breathing rate True False I don’t know
   
Q 19. Secretion of oxytocin is increased by  
   
(a) Milk injection True False I don’t know
(b)Dilatation of cervix True False I don’t know
(c)High prolactin levels True False I don’t know
(d) High extracelullar fluid volume. True False I don’t know
(e) High serum osmolality True False I don’t know
   
Q 20. Inhibitory transmitter in brain :  
   
(a) Glutamate True False I don’t know
(b) Serotonin True False I don’t know
(c) Histamine True False I don’t know
(d) Gamma – amino butyric acid (GABA) True False I don’t know
(e) Nor – epinephrine True False I don’t know
   
   
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