Clinical Radiology Examination Application, Timetable & Exam Fees

Phase 1 Examinations

Phase 1 Examinations timetable will change in 2023 and will be held in April and October each year.

Sitting 1 Phase 1 Examinations 2023

Apply By

Exam

Date/Time

Location

Application

13 February 2023

Anatomy

20 April
Time AEDT TBA

Online Proctoring


Applications open

9 December 2022

Applied Imaging Technology

21 April
Time AEDT TBA

 

 Sitting 2 Phase 1 Examinations 2023

Apply By

Exam

Date/Time

Location

Application

TBC

Anatomy

12 October
Time AEST TBA

Online Proctoring


Applications open

TBC

Applied Imaging Technology

13 October
Time AEST TBA

Sitting 1 Phase 1 Examination - Online Examination Application Form

Examination candidates are able to complete the online application form at the following link - Click here

A PDF version is available here.

Trainees are required to select the examinations they intend to sit and sign the declaration. 

When completing the form, it is important that trainees have a conversation with their Director of Training about whether they are ready to present for the Phase 1 Examinations. Confirmation that this conversation has taken place is to be confirmed on the form. 

Trainees must submit, by email:

  • The completed application form, signed by the Director of Training (DoT) or Head of Department (HoD) 
  • Any required documentation
  • Payment of Examination fees 

The application must be received by the College no later than 4:00pm (AEST/AEDT) on the relevant closing date. Late applications will not be accepted. 

An acknowledgement of receipt of applications will be emailed within 10 business days of the application being received by the College (where reasonably practical). Confirmation of receipt of application will not be provided via phone. Contact the College immediately if you have not received an acknowledgement within 10 business days.

Phase 1 Examination Fees

For more information on Examination Fees refer to: Fees on the College website.

Results of written examinations will be uploaded to the e-Portfolio System for viewing. Email notification will be sent to trainees when results are uploaded. 

The College does not provide personal examination material (which includes any breakdown of marks or feedback on a trainee’s response to specific questions/cases) or a copy of the marking criteria. 

For more information refer to: Phase 1 Examinations (Clinical Radiology) Policy 

  

Phase 2 Examinations

Sitting 1 Phase 2 Written Examinations 2023

Apply By

Exam

Date/Time

Location

Application

15 January 2023

Clinical Radiology
Case Reporting

23 February
Time AEDT TBA

Online Proctoring

Applications open

9 December 2022

Clinical Radiology
MCQ

24 February
Time AEDT TBA

Pathology

24 February

Time AEDT TBA

 

Sitting 1 Phase 2 OSCER Examinations 2023

Apply By

Exam

Date

Location

Application

15 January 2023

OSCERs   


6 - 9 June

Melbourne

 

Applications open

9 December 2022

 

Sitting 2 Phase 2 Written Examinations 2023

Apply By

Exam

Date/Time

Location

Application

TBC

Clinical Radiology
Case Reporting

20 July
Time AEST TBA

Online Proctoring

Applications open

TBC

Clinical Radiology
MCQ

21 July
Time AEST TBA

Pathology

21 July

Time AEST TBA

 

Sitting 2 Phase 2 OSCER Examinations 2023

Apply By

Exam

Date

Location

Application

TBC

OSCERs   


14 - 17 November

Melbourne

 

Applications open

TBC

 

Sitting 1 Phase 2 Examination - Online Examination Application Form

Examination candidates are able to complete the online application form at the following link Click here

A PDF version is available here.

Trainees are required to select the examinations they intend to sit and sign the declaration. 

When completing the form, it is important that trainees have a conversation with their Director of Training about whether they are ready to present for the Phase 2 Examinations. Confirmation that this conversation has taken place is to be confirmed on the form. 

Trainees must submit, by email:

  • The completed application form, signed by the Director of Training (DoT) or Head of Department (HoD) 
  • Any required documentation
  • Payment of Examination fees 

The application must be received by the College no later than 4:00pm (AEST/AEDT) on the relevant closing date. Late applications will not be accepted. 

An acknowledgement of receipt of applications will be emailed within 10 business days of the application being received by the College (where reasonably practical). Confirmation of receipt of application will not be provided via phone. Contact the College immediately if you have not received an acknowledgement within 10 business days.

Phase 2 Examination Fees

For more information on Examination Fees refer to: Fees on the College website.

Results of examinations will be uploaded to the e-Portfolio System for viewing. An email will be sent to trainees when results are uploaded. 

General feedback on the examinations will be provided in the Clinical Radiology Part 2 Examination Report. 

The College does not provide personal examination material (which includes any breakdown of marks or feedback on a trainee’s response to specific questions/cases), a copy of the marking criteria, scoresheets or any information on the cases the trainee was unsuccessful within the OSCER. 

For more information refer to: Clinical Radiology Phase 2 Examination Policy (in development)


Unable to attend an exam?

If you need to withdraw from an exam, you must inform the College in writing. Trainees/IMGs who have applied for an exam and wish to withdraw are required to submit an application for Consideration of Special Circumstances for withdrawal and determination of remaining exam opportunities (where applicable). To find out if you meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the Consideration of Special Circumstances (CSC), you can view the College policy here. Please ensure you attach supporting documentation and submit your CSC application no later than 5 calendar days after the date of the examination.

If the application is approved, there may be a financial penalty incurred depending on the time frame in which the Applicant has withdrawn from an exam.
If you withdraw up to four weeks before the exam, there is no financial penalty.
If you withdraw within four weeks of the exam, you will be refunded 50% of the exam fee.
If you fail to attend the exam altogether, you will forfeit the exam fee.
For further information, please refer to the College’s Examination Policies.

Trainees and International Medical Graduates (IMGs) may advise the College of, and the College may consider, special circumstances which may adversely impact on their clinical training assessment, examination or other evaluation processes.

For more information refer to: Consideration of Special Circumstances Policy