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Jan 2, 2016

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About PLAB

Eligibility criteria

Exam pattern

Test Venue for PLAB

Application procedure

Syllabus

Accessories to carry along to the examination

Result


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About PLAB

Eligibility criteria

  • A primary medical qualification accepted for limited registration by an institution listed in the World Health Organisation Directory of Medical Schools
  • IELTS academic modules and attained a score of at least 7.0 overall and a minimum of 7.0 for all of the four language modules.
  • 12 months postgraduate clinical experience at a teaching hospital.

Exam pattern

  • Part 1 is a three-hour exam containing 200 questions. It consists of extended matching questions (EMQ) and single best answer (SBA) questions.
  • Part 2 is a 14-station objective structured clinical exam (OSCE). It lasts for about one hour and 40 minutes.

Test Venue for PLAB

  • Part 1 can be taken in the UK and overseas in India, Egypt, Bulgaria, Dubai, Nigeria or Pakistan.
  • Part 2 may be taken only in the UK.

Application procedure

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Syllabus

Part 1Part 2.

Accessories to carry along to the examination

Result

  • Part 1 results are usually available four weeks after the test.
  • Part 2 results are usually available two weeks after the test.
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