Self-Assessment Test

2024 Self-Assessment Test

The Self-Assessment Test (SAT) is produced annually in conjunction with the October ACG Postgraduate Course and is one of the main teaching tools of the College. This detailed examination is carefully prepared by an ACG committee with input gathered from Postgraduate Course faculty members. Each annual edition of the test contains approximately 300 new questions in a single best answer format, along with detailed answers and annotated references. Many of the questions also feature photographs, illustrations, or videos. The SAT is a valuable review resource both for graduating fellows preparing for the GI Boards and established practitioners brushing up on their knowledge and test-taking skills, looking for a broad clinical update, or preparing for recertification.

Registration for the Postgraduate Course includes the 2024 Self-Assessment Test. All registrants will receive access to the online version of the test, and registrants who attend in-person in Philadelphia will also receive a printed copy of the test when collecting meeting materials on-site. CME credits and ABIM MOC points can be earned upon successful completion of the test.