Divisional Clinical Examination
The Divisional Clinical Examination (DCE) assesses your clinical and interpersonal skills and clinical acumen to determine if you’ve reached the standards to complete Basic Training.
COVID-19 requirements before sitting the DCE exam
To attend the 2022 Divisional Clinical Examination (DCE), candidates and examiners must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test (RAT), or PCR test, taken within 24 hours before the exam.
If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 in the 4 weeks before your scheduled exam date and have recovered, you'll need to provide evidence of the positive test, medical certificate or a note from your DPE.
If you've tested positive for COVID-19 and can’t attend the exam, contact us.
Tests your clinical skills at the end of Basic Training. Learn more about the Adult Medicine DCE.
Find out more about how we'll support candidates, patients, examiners and hospitals through the exam process, including links to material for the Modular Teleconference Long Case Exam.
Paediatrics & Child Health
Tests your clinical skills at the end of Basic Training. Learn more about the Paediatrics & Child Health DCE.