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Assessments and Examinations Candidate Handbook
Part 2: RACGP Fellowship Examinations
Last revised: 12 Jan 2022
Candidates for Fellowship are permitted to enrol in Fellowship examinations in up to six semesters over a maximum period of three years, subject to granted periods of suspension or leave.
From 1 January 2022, all medical practitioners who wish to commence their candidacy and attempt the Fellowship examinations must have undertaken an RACGP-approved program and met all exam eligibility requirements of the respective pathway before being eligible to sit the examinations.
Medical practitioners who have commenced their candidacy but have not passed all three Fellowship examination segments prior to 1 January 2022 will be required to undertake an RACGP-approved program (the AGPT Program, the Remote Vocational Training Scheme [RVTS] or the PEP) and meet all exam eligibility requirements of the respective pathway before being able to continue sitting the examinations. The candidate’s period of candidacy will be suspended upon entering the program, until they have regained exam eligibility status.
For further information, please read the Fellowship Exam Attempts Policy.
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