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Stage 2 GPVTS CBQ Essay Paper - How to succeed
by nomad - 15427 reads, based on 8 votes
The essay type shortlisting questions (CBQ) used as part of the Stage 2 GPVTS exam seems to cause candidates much worry. There are numerous posts in forums requesting past questions and model answers, but many of these candidates are missing the point. Learning model answers given by another successful candidate is of little use in this exam, which requires you to think laterally, and relate episodes from your OWN experience. So, if you canít prepare by learning dozens of model answers off by heart, how can you maximise your score in this part of the assessment? First, know the basics about the exam, second know what the examiners are looking for, so you can demonstrate it, and final... More

A guide to applying for GP training (VTS) schemes in the UK
by nomad - 11263 reads, based on 11 votes
This article summarises the process of applying for a vocational training scheme in the UK (training to become a GP) Applying Entry onto a VTS is now managed centrally for each Deanery. Currently, there are two rounds of applications for VTS schemes each year. Ads appear in the BMJ in February and August, with two weeks to send in an application. Interviews or exams then follow in March and April (Feb application) or September and October (August application), with decisions in Early May or November. All vacancies are advertised centrally on the GP Recruitment website. ... More

How to Apply for GP Training in UK
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What to apply for... Firstly determine how much GP training you require. If you are starting out on your GP career, you will want to apply for a full 3 year scheme. However, if you have some previous hospital experience you need to determine if it will be accredited towards your overall GP training. To do this, you need to apply to the JCPTGP who will give you a formal ruling as to how much further training you require. You will then be able to apply for an appropriate shorter scheme. If you have already completed the hospital component of your training you need to apply for a GP Registrar post to complete your GP training. From 3rd November 2003 both the hospital and GP based components ... More

How to become a GP in UK? A Summary
by - 7433 reads, based on 3 votes
Since 3rd November 2003 both the hospital component and GP Registrar posts can be undertaken while a doctor holds limited registration with the GMC. Overseas doctors wishing to undertake postgraduate training in the UK are admitted under a scheme known as "permit-free training" which means that a work permit is not required as long as the doctor is undergoing training in a NHS hospital in an approved training post or a GP Registrar post in an approved training practice. The amount of permit-free time a doctor is allowed depends on the type of training being undertaken. Permit-free training can be extended for doctors who are training for general practice. ... More


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