Sep 09, 2022
Amidst all the hustle of Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) preparation, it is equally crucial to keep up with the exam updates. The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has announced the FMGE 2022 exam date today. The exam will be on a Computer Based Platform at various test centers across the country.
It is time to mark your calendars for December 4th, 2022.
Here, check out the entire NBE FMGE exam date 2022 schedule:
|FMGE December 2022 registrations||September 9, 2022 (Today) at 3 pm|
|Last date to apply for FMGE||September 29, 2022|
|FMGE 2022 Exam date||December 4, 2022|
|FMGE Admit Card 2022||November 29, 2022|
|FMGE Dec Result 2022||December 30, 2022|
|Official website||nbe.edu.in, natboard.edu.in|
You can also check the official announcement here.
Any aspirant who fulfills the eligibility criteria can apply for the exam:
We have broadly mentioned the eligibility criteria here.
We suggest you refer to the Information Bulletin, Page 22 to 26 for detailed information on eligibility criteria, fee structure (Page 20-21), scheme of examination (Page 27-29), and other data.
You can register and fill up the FMGE 2022 application online by visiting the official website - nbe.edu.in.
With less than 3 months left, it is important to gear up your preparation plan in the right direction for the desired outcome. Team PrepLadder will always be by your side during this phase. So download the PrepLadder app and use it to the fullest to elevate your exam prep.
We wish you all the best for your FMGE preparation!
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