AMC examinations (Standard Pathway)
The AMC examinations are set at the level of attainment of medical
knowledge, clinical skills and attitudes required of newly qualified
graduates of Australian medical schools who are about to begin intern
training. They consist of a computer adaptive test (CAT)
multiple-choice question (MCQ) examination and a clinical examination:
- The AMC CAT MCQ Examination tests knowledge of the
principles and practice of medicine in the fields of general practice,
internal medicine, paediatrics, psychiatry, surgery, and obstetrics and
gynaecology. It focuses on essential medical knowledge involving
understanding of the disease process; clinical examination and
diagnosis; and investigation, therapy and management.
- The AMC Clinical Examination assesses clinical skills in
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics and psychiatry.
It also assesses ability to communicate with patients, their families
and other health workers.
You must pass the AMC CAT MCQ Examination before you can apply for the AMC Clinical Examination.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2011 17:50