GP stage 3 What To Expect? Mark Scheme & Preparation Tips
Advice & Insight From GP Stage 3 Specialists
GP Stage 3 - The Key Compnents
Each simulated consultation is 10 minutes in duration, including reading time and calling the patient into the room. Every candidate will have one simulated consultation with a patient, one simulated consultation with a relative and one simulated consultation with a health care professional.
The written prioritisation exercise is 30 minutes in duration. This involves ranking five time specific tasks, explaining the rationale behind your ranking and reflecting on your work.
GP Stage 3 Mark Scheme
Optimise Your GP Stage 3 Performance
Learn the best GP Stage 3 strategies and practice with reflective GP Stage 3 scenarios.
How Your GP Stage 3 Score Is Used?
Your GP Stage 3 score is combined with your GP Stage 2 or MSRA score to give you an overall score and ranking. The weighting is such that GP Stage 3 is weighted at 40%, the situational Judgement component of stage 2 is weighted at 40% and the stage 2 clinical problem solving paper is weighted at 20%. Applicants are ranked by overall score, with the highest scoring applicants receiving GP training jobs in their preferred locations.