Extensive AKT/MCQ question bank and individual performance coaching (18 months access)
About this Program
With more intensive coaching and feedback, Dr MCQ is the perfect resource if you are feeling nervous, have failed the exam before, or want to set yourself up for the best chance of first-time exam success.
With access to over 1,100 questions, you can use the Dr MCQ Quiz Builder to create your own customised quizzes to suit your learning needs, or the four timed mock exams to benchmark your performance and likelihood of passing the real exam.
In addition, you will receive personalised advice and coaching in one-on-one sessions with a performance coach to help you overcome any barriers to success such as motivation, self-confidence, procrastination, work/life/study balance and exam anxiety.
With tailored advice, guidance and coaching, Dr MCQ gives you the best chance of exam success.
4 x timed mock MCQ exams
Dr MCQ includes three 90-minute timed mock exams, each consisting of 60 questions, and one four hour timed mock exam, consisting of 150 questions. Questions include single best answer and extended matching types, plus correct answers, explanations and references.
We use Australian references where available and utilise free open access resources where possible. The two exceptions to this are: and the . While these require a paid subscription to access, we highly recommend you arrange access to these resources as they contain the most up to date and appropriate treatment guidelines for Australian general practice.
Customisable MCQ Quiz Builder
Access to a pool of over 800 questions and build your own quizzes from any number of questions and clinical topics. You can also choose whether you want the quiz to be timed or untimed. Correct answers, explanations and references are provided for all questions.
Mock Exam Performance and Peer Comparison Dashboards
Tailored dashboards containing analysis of your Dr MCQ timed mock exam attempts and your performance benchmarked against our research group cohort will indicate your likelihood of passing the real AKT/MCQ exam and help identify knowledge gaps.
Individual Performance Coaching Sessions
Personalised exam coaching through two 60-minute sessions with our Performance Coach, a qualified organisational psychologist, to help you address areas such as motivation, self-confidence, procrastination, work/life/study balance or exam anxiety.
Suitability of Dr MCQ for non-RACGP candidates
Dr MCQ contains an Emergency and Rural Health question category specifically developed for ACRRM and rural registrars. The Quiz Builder function includes the option to only include questions that are consistent with those in the ACRRM MCQ Exam in the ACRRM format: single best answer with clinical stem and 4 answer options.
RNZCGP GPEP candidates
Dr MCQ questions typically contain 5 answer options which is consistent with the format of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) General Practice Education Programme (GPEP) Written Examination. The Quiz Builder function enables candidates to create quizzes containing 80 and 160 questions and set an average time limit of 1.5 minutes per question to match the timing of the real exam. Dr MCQ is mapped to the RACGP curriculum – some questions may not be entirely relevant to a NZ context.
AMC exam candidates
The format of the Dr MCQ questions is equivalent to those in the AMC exam. There may be some areas outside the scope of general practice that do not feature heavily in Dr MCQ but may appear in the AMC exam, such as surgery or anaesthetics. However, Dr MCQ is still a great exam preparation resource to test knowledge across all areas of general practice, identify knowledge gaps, and assist with study through customisable quizzes, practice questions and mock exams.
CAAKT exam candidates
Dr MCQ is mapped to the RACGP curriculum and covers a good range of topics to prepare for the Knowledge Test question component of the Candidate Assessment and Applied Knowledge Test (CAAKT). Dr MCQ is targeted at candidates preparing to sit fellowship exams and the level of difficulty for CAAKT candidates will be slightly higher. Therefore, candidates who do well in Dr MCQ will likely be comfortable sitting the Knowledge Test portion of the CAAKT. Dr MCQ does not contain Situational Judgement Test questions â€“ candidates will need to prepare for this portion of the CAAKT separately.
I passed the AKT exam!!! Wow. It is the BEST news I have received in such a long time. I bumped up my score by 16.21% since I first began the AKT exam journey. I am so, so, so grateful to the whole team for guiding me through this tumultuous journey. Thank you for eveything!Program participant