AKT Exam Dates 2024

Get ready for the big day! The much-anticipated MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) is set to take place on the 24th of April 2024, and time is running out for prospective candidates to prepare. Don't let this opportunity pass you by!

For those who may feel overwhelmed by the exam or lack a strong clinical background, don't worry. Reach out to your GP Education team for guidance and work together with your peers to overcome any obstacles.

ExamExam DateBooking PeriodResults Published
MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test (AKT)24th January 202429th November - 1st December 202322nd February 2024
MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test (AKT)24th April 202428th February - 1st March 202423rd May 2024
MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test (AKT)9th July 202429th - 31st May 20248th August 2024

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • The AKT is comprised of 120 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) that cover a wide range of topics relating to general practice
  • Candidates have a time limit of 3 hours and 15 minutes to answer all questions
  • Questions may come in the form of single best answer, extended matching questions (EMQs) and case vignettes
  • The exam is scored on a pass/fail basis, with a minimum passing score of 60%
  • The AKT is taken at a secure test centre, where candidates must follow strict security protocols, including secure identification

  • You need to hold a recognised medical degree from a medical school approved by the General Medical Council (GMC) in the United Kingdom
  • You need to complete two years of foundation training in the UK or an equivalent programme in a recognised country