The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Fellowship exams (the exams) consists of three segments:
- applied knowledge test (AKT)
- key feature problems (KFP)
- objective structured clinical exam (OSCE)
Passing exams is the usual method by which doctors become eligible to apply for Fellowship. Some candidates may elect to sit the Practice Based Assessment (only available to practice eligible candidates) or be meet the requirements for Fellowship ad eundum gradum. All other candidates are required to sit the RACGP Fellowship exam in order to obtain Fellowship.
All relevant information is contained within the exam handbook and candidates should read and familiarise themselves with the content of the handbook prior to all exams.
Practice Based Assessment
For further information on the Practice Based Assessment places see the PBA page.