Registrars wait for RACGP response to exam debacle
GP registrars are putting pressure on the RACGP to review its fellowship exams as controversy about the fairness and validity of the tests intensifies.
Their umbrella body, General Practice Registrars Australia, has handed over the results of a 6000-participant survey that gives feedback on the exam, in particular the key feature problems (KFP) component.
One of the main issues is uncertainty over the exam processes — including how it is marked and avenues of appeal for those who fail.
The RACGP is understood to be looking more closely