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  • Study – Social or Solo?

    When it comes to cracking open a textbook, memorising facts and doing practice exam questions you may have your old study routine down pat. Some will have studied in groups or with a friend at university, some will have created flashcards and given them to a mate to quiz them. Some stuck cheat sheets up in the shower and others hunkered down in solitude for hours of reading and memorising.

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  • What is a Key Feature?

    As a GP when a patient comes in with a problem we usually start with a blank sheet and by the end of the consultation come up with a problem list and management plan.

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  • Planning your study approach – One week

    Take your foot off the pedal with the study- cramming doesn’t help!  Don’t cover any new material now, just review a few essential things before the exam.

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  • Planning your study approach 3 Months

    By now, hopefully you have been doing quite a bit of study on the content for your exam.  This is the time where it can be helpful to start doing some practice questions.

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  • Planning your study approach 6-12 Months

    One of the biggest concerns registrars have with preparing for the RACGP exam is the volume of material.

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  • Planning your study approach – 12+ months out

    Some of the biggest questions candidates face in the lead up to exams is how long to study and how much study to do.  Whilst there is no perfect fit for all candidates, the following is intended as a guide to planning your study approach.

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  • 5 Common mistakes when studying for exams

    We all know there are ways to improve our chances of being successful in examinations, but what are some mistakes that may impact this?

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  • 5 tips to help you prepare for RACGP Exams

    Is it time to start planning for your RACGP exams? Here are 5 tips to help guide your preparation.

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  • Over Coding

    One of the top questions I hear from RACGP exam candidates is ‘what is over-coding and how do I avoid it?’. I hope these few tips can help to decrease your over-coding fears and anxieties.

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  • Clinical Reasoning

    If there is one word that brings on instant anxiety to a registrar pre-exams: it’s ‘KFP’. Why do they put us through it? What’s the point of it? How do I answer the questions? How do I prepare for it? And what’s the deal with over-coding!?

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