RANZCR part 2 written examinations

Dr Henry Knipe and Dr Craig Hacking et al.

The RANZCR part 2 written examination is a set of 3 written examinations that are typically first attempted in the 4th year of radiology training, and are one of the requirements for the awarding of fellowship of the college (FRANZCR). In order to be eligible to sit the part 2 examination, trainees must have successfully completed the RANZCR part 1 examination, as well as all the other training requirements in phase 1 training (years 1 to 3).

The examinations are held twice a year. Unlike the part 1 examination the written components are only held in Sydney, Australia.

Examinations

There are 3 written examinations which are held over a period of two days, and are all delivered electronically:

  • radiodiagnosis written exam (e-Film reading)
    • 8 cases consisting of a variety of imaging modalities to be completed in 120 minutes
    • written answers for imaging findings, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and management
  • radiodiagnosis MCQs
    • 100 multiple choice questions (best answer of five stems), to be completed in 120 minutes
  • pathology MCQs
    • 100 multiple choice questions (best answer of five stems), to be completed in 120 minutes

Note: details correct at time of writing. Please check with RANZCR for updated details. 


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