OSCE March 2022
Saturday 19 March 2022
The March OSCE is scheduled for Saturday 19 March 2022.
Trainees and SIMGs will be examined together in the same streams.
Stay up to date with developments via the Training and Assessment Newsletter, email updates and the College website.
Applications for the March 2022 OSCE are now open.
►OSCE Application Form [PDF; 190 KB]
The due date for applications to the March 2022 OSCE has been extended by two weeks to Friday 10 December, 2021.
Should you decide to withdraw your application, a full refund will be provided.
Applications must be emailed to email@example.com by 5pm (AEDT) on the due date.
The College will be refunding all enrolment fees to candidates who were enrolled in the November 2021 AVOSCE.
Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee you a place in the exam. Candidates who are close to completing Fellowship will be prioritised.
Exam Format and Delivery
The OSCE will consist of six (6) long stations of 20 minutes each (inclusive of 5 mins reading time).
There may be an active or inactive Bye station.
Each station will have one examiner. An observer may be present in addition. A station may include a role player/simulated patient
Both successful and unsuccessful outcomes for this examination will be counted towards a candidate's trajectory.
Special Consideration Requests
Applicants requesting special consideration to sit any of the summative assessments must apply in writing to the Committee for Examinations (CFE), in accordance with the Special Considerations Policy (18.2).
Please note: The CFE has received many untimely requests for Special Consideration involving pre-existing medical conditions after the application closing date. Late applications do have a disruptive effect on the College’s capacity to delivery exams. Please consider now if you have a known condition that will require an adjustment to the standard delivery of an exam in line with the special consideration policy.
Applicants who have a pre-existing medical condition are reminded that they should make an application for Special Consideration if they have not already done so. This includes common conditions that require items such as inhalers, insulin pumps and sustenance, visual magnifiers, and eye drops.
Applicants who are pregnant may require special consideration with respect to access to bathroom facilities and the need to eat to prevent nausea.
Proof of identity
On the day of the exam, you may be asked to provide valid identification documents (i.e. driver’s licence or passport) before you can access the online exam materials. Specific details on exam day registration process will be provided prior to the exam.
Incident reports from the examination will be available at the conclusion of the exam, and must be submitted within five (5) working days from the examination date.
►March 2022 OSCE incident report form (Not yet open)
Results will be released on the RANZCP website at 5 pm on the specified date in the Examination Timetable.
A copy of the candidate’s results will be sent to their Director of Training and/or Director of Advanced Training where applicable and will also be made available via MyRANZCP.
The College reserves the right to cancel the OSCE on the advice of the Australian and New Zealand Health Authorities in relation to COVID-19. If the OSCE does not proceed for COVID-19 related reasons a full refund will be provided.