ExamPrep Applied Knowledge Test (AKT)
Our approach to the AKT
The ExamPrep Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) will allow you access into an exclusive, interactive small group course that will focus on preparing you for the RACGP AKT Exam. You will get personalised feedback, support and guidance from an experienced medical educator. Places are strictly limited to 5 participants only.
This course will teach you clinical reasoning – the essential underlying skill for all RACGP exams and show you how to apply this to a range of AKT questions.
By applying this approach to example questions, we show you how to recognise key features in each part of the exam questions. Applying this with what you need to learn helps you focus your study effectively.
Key components of the course include:
|Duration||7 hours (5 hours ME contact time)|
|Mock Exam||1 x 120 min mock exam, including 75 AKT
questions (50% of full exam) – delivered online in own time.
|Mock Exam Review||2-hour comprehensive AKT mock exam small
group review, with detailed analysis of participant performance
|One on one
|½ hour of ME to Participant personalised
|Online Q&A bank||Access to the online smart exam engine
and question bank of AKT Q&As
Practice plus feedback equals success
Throughout the course there is extensive opportunity for individual and group feedback to discuss common errors and how to learn from them. We follow this up with further examples of the types of questions you could be given in an exam. One-on-one personalised feedback is then provided with an experienced medical educator to help you identify individual areas to further work on.
Further online exam practice is provided with access to a bank of AKT questions. We also give you the option to select tailored questions to create your own quizzes or further mock exams, or go through topics you feel you need to focus on.
All questions come with comprehensive explanations to justify the answers. These become focused tutorials in themselves as well as references / resources for you to further investigate the evidence.