If you haven’t yet, please contact the programme coordinator first before registration if you are interested in this study option as Ts & Cs apply.
FRACP Paediatric Part 1 Written Examination: Study Options for October Exam 2022 (for Australian-based trainees only)
$1,760.00 (no GST for Australians, including GST for New Zealanders)
If taking both options: NZ $2,816 (20% OFF)
* Ts & Cs apply
Access to the entire lecture series from 2021 at a special rate for those sitting the exam in October 2022. Once registered, within a few days, you will be given your own login ID and password to view the lecture slides and videos from either Weekly Teaching Programme 2021 or Intensive Two-Week Course 2021. Please choose either Option 1 or 2 when adding this item to the cart. Or you can choose both options to receive 20% OFF from the total price. Details for each option are as below.
Option 1: Access to the entire lecture series of FRACP Paed Part 1 Weekly Teaching Programme 2021 which includes 5 practice MCQ exams (32 questions each) and Paper 1 and 2 MCQ practice exams (50 questions each) with detailed feedback/explanations provided. These are all new questions written by our own question writers. Please contact the programme coordinator to learn more about the session topics which were covered during 10 June 2021 – 3 Feb 2022 (28 weeks, 2 x 1-hour topic presentations per week).
Option 2: Access to the entire lecture series of FRACP Paed Part 1 Intensive Two-Week Course 2021. Please contact the programme coordinator to learn more about the session topics which were covered during 21 November – 3 December 2021 (69 topic presentations). We also provide one MCQ practice exam (50 questions) with detailed feedback/explanations.
FRACP Training Programme Coordinator
Department of Paediatrics: Child and Youth Health
The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019
Phone: +64 9 923 6225
Skype for Chats: email@example.com
This teaching programme is organised from the Department of Paediatrics: Child and Youth Health, The University of Auckland with Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand.