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For trainees commencing the SET Program in Urology from 2012 onwards, the timing of the specialty specific examinations has changed.
The Urology specialty specific examinations will now be undertaken from SET 3 onwards.
Any trainee who was accepted and commenced training prior to 2012 and has not as yet completed the Specialty Specific Examination will be required to successfully complete this examination prior to the end of SET 2 to avoid dismissal from the training program.
Urology Specialty Specific Examination (SSE) Format
The Urology SSE will be 2.5 hours with 120 MCQs. Of the 120 MCQs, 40 will be Anatomy (including embryology and imaging), 40 will be Physiology (including laser, diathermy, radiation and physics) and 40 will be Pathology (including pharmacology, microbiology, infection, immunology and statistsics). The questions will be based on the basic sciences but have a clear relationship to urologic practice.
The Urology SSE be offered twice a year, in February and June.