Event Information
Multi Choice Question Exam (MCQ) - 24 Aug 2018
$1573.00 for Member
$1573.00 for Non-Member

Multi Choice Question Exam (MCQ) - 24 Aug 2018

Enrolment Eligibility

Applicants must be enrolled in one of the following pathways to enrol in any ACRRM assessment:

a) ACRRM Independent Pathway (IP)
b) Vocational Preparation Pathway(VPP)
c) Remote Vocational Training Scheme(RVTS)

ACRRM registrars enrolled in either of these pathways must have completed:

  • one year of ACRRM training or have received one year of recognition of prior learning, prior to enrolling for the MCQ (i.e. in year two, three or four of training)
  • two years of ACRRM training or have been awarded two years for recognition of prior learning, prior to enrolling for summative miniCEX, CBD and StAMPS (i.e. in year three or four of training).

d) IMG Specialist Pathway

Prior to enrolling, doctors enrolled in this pathway must have completed a portion of their peer review period as specified in their requirements.

e) All applicants must have current medical registration and be current financial members of ACRRM.

f) Applicants are encouraged to discuss with their medicaleducator readiness for assessment prior to enrolling. While the order of assessment is not prescribed, the recommended order is MCQ, miniCEX or CBD and then StAMPS.

Information regarding the MCQ examination will be emailed to you shortly after your enrolment is received.The exam is offered at central examination centres and remotely. Very limited places available at all central examination venues, preference will be prioritised in order of receipt of enrolment form. Alternatively, you will need to organise your own venue with adequate IT facilities and to nominate an invigilator for the duration. If you are considering the latter option, we encourage you to contemplate a venue equipped with adequate IT facilities and suitable invigilator well in advance, as this will ensure that you have plenty of time to organise these requirements. All venues and invigilators are to be approved by ACRRM. Guidance on suitable venues and invigilators are available in the Handbook for Fellowship Assessment.

ACRRM will work with you to ensure that this assessment can be undertaken as closely as possible to your preferred location, but reserves the right to require you to travel to a suitable venue if required. Such travel will be at your expense.

For your reference, a list of previously used MCQ venues is available here.

Fees may be subject to review and ACRRM reserves the right to adjust fees each semester.

Provider Information
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
Assessment Team
61 07 31058200
61 07 31058299
Level 2, 410 Queen Street
ACT, 4000