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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (PRSSP)

Details

DATE

Jun 12, 2024

SCHEDULE

12-13 June 2024

LOCATION

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Hobart, Auckland and Wellington

REGISTRATION DATES

From 19 March 2024 to 09 April 2024

CONTACT PERSON

Examinations Department

Details

DATE

Oct 9, 2024

SCHEDULE

9-10 October 2024

LOCATION

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Hobart, Auckland and Wellington

REGISTRATION DATES

From 16 July 2024 to 06 August 2024

CONTACT PERSON

Examinations Department

Overview

The purpose of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Science and Principles (PRSSP) Examination is to ensure that trainees are equipped with knowledge of the basic sciences relevant to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery early in their surgical training.

This exam does not count for any part of the Fellowship Examination. Trainees selected prior to 2021 must complete this exam successfully by the end of SET 4. New trainee selected for SET in 2021 or later must complete the PRSSP Exam by the end of Early SET.

The maximum number of attempts at the examination is four.

Please note that registration for this exam closes at 11.59am (AEDT) on the closing date stipulated, late registrations will not be accepted under any circumstances. 

 

Details

DATE

Jun 12, 2024

SCHEDULE

12-13 June 2024

LOCATION

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Hobart, Auckland and Wellington

REGISTRATION DATES

From 19 March 2024 to 09 April 2024

CONTACT PERSON

Examinations Department

Details

DATE

Oct 9, 2024

SCHEDULE

9-10 October 2024

LOCATION

Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Hobart, Auckland and Wellington

REGISTRATION DATES

From 16 July 2024 to 06 August 2024

CONTACT PERSON

Examinations Department

Exam Timeline

Apply

An 'APPLY NOW' button will appear on the Blue ribbon above when registrations open, to allow you to register using our New registration portal.

Refer to the 'How to apply for a specialty examination' page for further details about registering for the examination.

Prepare

This area provides guidance on what to study for the examination.

Sitting the exam

Candidates are required to arrive at the examination venue at least 30 minutes prior to the examination start time with photo identification. This examination is delivered electronically.

Results

Candidates are awarded a result of pass or fail only for the examination. Results are available in the RACS Portfolio and via email approximately four weeks after the examination.