In this series of blog posts, we’re speaking directly to doctors who have passed their FRACGP exams. We’ve asked them to share their experience with us and their best tips to help you prepare for yours!
This weeks doctor wishes to remain anonymous however, has successfully completed all of 3 of his fellowship exams and shares with us his valuable insights.
People Medical Consulting: How long before each exam did you start preparing?
Doctor: 6- 8 Weeks
People Medical Consulting: What resources did you find most helping when preparing for your exams?
Doctor: I found eTG, AFP, CHECK and John Murtgagh’s Handbook most helpful.
People Medical Consulting: What is your opinion on the exams themselves?
Doctor: KFP is the most difficult exam and you need to understand the way RACGP wants you to answer the questions.
This dedicated GP’s advice to anyone completing their FRACGP exams is to take part in group study, he says “Get together with a group of 3 people who have a similar study style and are studying under similar circumstances”
If you’re looking for a study partner or a group of people to study with, join us in our free study buddy groups over on Facebook where you can connect with hundreds of doctors taking part in the same exam as you.
Have you passed any of your Fellowship exams? We’d love to hear your experience, please contact us or go right ahead and answer our interview questions here.