Self-assessment progress testing (SAPT) is an optional activity for registrars to identify their learning needs and assess their progress in knowledge and clinical reasoning. It’s also designed to assist you in preparing for written examinations, and contains tips and resources to help prepare for the applied knowledge test (AKT) and key feature problem (KFP).
You can choose to do the SAPT under exam conditions (80 minutes for AKT and 80 minutes for KFP) or non-exam conditions (untimed, self-timed, open or closed book). There are four SAPTs released each year, two per training term. Each SAPT edition will contain brand new questions.
Please find further information about the SAPTs here, including instructions on how to access and complete the activity.
Note: your medical educator has access to these SAPTs, and they will be able to assist you further from an educational perspective. If you have further questions on the content, please feel free to raise this with them during your meetings.