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Welcome to GP SelfTest the RCGP’s learning needs assessment tool for GPs at all career stages, from those preparing for the MRCGP AKT to those preparing for their annual appraisals.

Our entire eLearning content, including GP SelfTest, is temporarily freely available to support all returning GPs and primary healthcare professionals in the response to COVID-19. Click HERE to access GP SelfTest for free. 

FREE unlimited access for all RCGP Members and AiTs

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  • Over 2000 questions
  • All questions written by practising GPs
  • Detailed clinical scenarios
  • Question feedback and links to further resources
  • Certificates for CPD portfolio
  • Peer comparison scores
  • Eight different types of test including:
    • Curriculum wide learning assessments
    • MRCGP AKT style revision tests 
    • Topic specific assessments
    • Short lucky dip quizzes

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TEST Thousands of quality assured questions will support your MRCGP exam revision and learning-assessment. Practise with AKT style questions and mock exams.

REVIEW   Fit your AKT preparation and medical revision around your busy schedule with short quizzes and topic specific tests. Analyse your performance and access further resources.

ACHIEVE –  An extensive question bank complemented by up-to-date resources that enable GPs to identify areas for improvement and build their all-round knowledge for CPD and appraisals.

Dr Kofo Jegede, a GP in North East London, explains how she sees GPST benefiting her everyday practice and CPD needs.

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For all content or technical queries, please email gpselftest@rcgp.org.uk.

If you have a question regarding GP SelfTest for IGP and induction doctors or GP SelfTest for the refresher (returner) doctors please email IGPR@rcgp.org.uk.

Our entire eLearning content, including GP SelfTest, is temporarily freely available to support all returning GPs and primary healthcare professionals in the response to COVID-19.