The Liverpool written exam lecture series commences in the 6 months prior to the divisional written examination which is held in February each year.
Lectures are either delivered prior to work between 7:45 and 8:30am Mon/Tues/Thur/Fri and during protected teaching on Wednesday afternoons 3:30 to 5:30.
The LHD supports this time as being 'protected', and it is understood that BPTs should not be rounding or required for work related duties during this time.
Over 100 lectures are conducted including dedicated MCQ revision sessions.
In January and February, in the lead-up to the RACP Part I Written Examination, MCQ sessions are held for each speciality as an opportunity to cover practice questions with senior sub-specialty clinicians and to enhance knowledge of common topic areas for exam preparation.
Trial Written Examinations
Three 100 question trial examinations are sat under exam conditions in the lead up to the written exam. Each is written by the Liverpool, St George and Royal Prince Alfred networks.
Trial examination marks are collated across the three cohorts. Trainees are given an indication of their performance relative to this large cohort, giving them a better sense of how well prepared they are in relation to their peers.
FRACP Revision Courses
All trainees who plan to sit the FRACP Written Examination will have the opportunity to apply to attend a revision course. This includes the RPA course in Sydney, DeltaMed in Melbourne or Dunedin in New Zealand.