GP registrar selection test generates $1.2m for college


The RACGP has generated more than $1.2 million from junior doctors taking its new selection test for a place on the GP training program.

The college introduced a new two-and-a-half hour test – which costs candidates $725 each – after the Federal Government handed it control of registrar selection.

The college said 1,645 doctors had enrolled for the test, which was undertaken in July, for the 1,350 places available.