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Fellowship Support Program Registrar handbook

Fellowship exams

Withdrawing from an exam

  1. Withdrawal and re-entry
  2. Disputes and complaints
    1. Withdrawing from an exam

Withdrawing from an exam

We understand there may be times when you have enrolled in an exam and need to withdraw.

If you notify us that you need to withdraw more than 20 business days prior to the scheduled exam time, we’ll refund your full fee minus $100. If you let us know less than 20 business days in advance, we won’t refund any of the exam fee.

A withdrawal that is approved in writing by the RACGP is known as a sanctioned withdrawal. You may apply for a standard suspension of your candidacy for the exam semester in which the sanctioned withdrawal applies, providing you haven’t sat any other Fellowship exams in that semester.

Any withdrawal from an exam that isn’t approved by the RACGP in writing is considered an unsanctioned withdrawal. If you enrol in an exam but fail to sit, this may be recorded as an unsanctioned withdrawal. In this case, you can’t suspend the exam semester using your standard suspension.

For information about withdrawal from a Fellowship exam, refer to the Assessment and examinations candidate handbook.

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