OSCE Preparation Tips

Nomadic GP

I’ve recently arrived at my new locum placement in the picturesque Clare Valley in South Australia. Apart from having access to some fantastic wineries, I’m also lucky to be staying with my good friend & GP registrar, Dr Mel Clothier of the Green GP blog. The RACGP OSCE is coming up in a few weeks and so all the local GP registrars have come around for a study group OSCE practice session tonight. Listening to their preparations, I’m so glad that it’s all behind me now! It’s over a year since I went through the exam and I have subsequently become an examiner for the College. So, it seems like a good time to pass on my top tips for OSCE success in the hope it might help others to get to the other side.

Leading up to the exam…

1. Don’t panic!

Think of it like just another session of…

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One thought on “OSCE Preparation Tips

  1. Fantastic tips, thanks Penny. And it’s wonderful that you’ve joined us as an examiner. Newly Fellowed GPs make great examiners – because they know exactly what it’s like to be on the other side and it is all very fresh in their minds.

    I agree with all of Penny’s hints and tips, and have added more of my own in this blog post: http://wp.me/p1SF4p-xr

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