Throughout training registrars undertake a variety of summative and formative assessments. The structure and timing of assessments depends on your fellowship college choice.
Applied Knowledge Test (AKT)
A multiple choice exam that can be undertaken after completion of two years of training and completion of the second GP term.
Key Feature Problem (KFP)
A case based exam that can be undertaken after completion of two years of training and completion of the second GP term.
Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE)
An exam featuring clinical stations that can be undertaken from the third GP term onwards after successful completion of the AKT and KFP.
For detailed information about FRACGP assessments, see the RACGP website.
Mini Clinical Evaluation Exercise (miniCEX)
A workplace based assessment used to evaluate your direct contact with patients undertaken during Primary Rural and Remote Training.
Multi-Source Feedback (MSF)
Feedback from patients and colleagues that can be undertaken after 12 months of training.
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
A multiple choice assessment that can be undertaken after 12 months of training.
Case Based Discussion (CBD)
An assessment of clinical reasoning and application of knowledge using your clinical cases. Undertaken after completion of MCQ.
Structured Assessment using Multiple Patient Scenarios (StAMPS)
Scenario based clinical assessment undertaken after 24 months of training.
Procedures logged in the ACRRM Log Book available via the ACRRM website.
Advanced Specialised Training curricula assessments specific to your chosen AST.
This will be either:
- Structured Assessment using Multiple Patient Scenarios (StAMPS) or
For detailed information about FACRRM assessments, see the ACRRM website.