GP clinical exam in UK 'unfair to ethnic minorities'

Ethnic minority doctors in Britain are four times more likely than white candidates to fail their clinical GP exam, the General Medical Council has found.

The review into 5,000 candidates was ordered after ethnic minority students complained the exam was unfair.

But the Royal College of GPs, which sets the exams, denies they are unfair.

Divya Talwar reports.

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