FMGE 2024 Exam: Registration, Syllabus, Preparation Tips

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FMGE Exam Pattern

EaseToLearn is providing an exclusive interface for your Foreign Medical Graduate Examination or FMGE 2023 Screening Test Exam. Get the latest updated FMGE mock test series, FMGE previous year's question papers, and FMGE Question Bank. Sign up on the Easetolearn FMGE Course to get the Latest FMGE Exam Pattern 2023.

 

Easetolearn will give students all the information regarding the FMGE Exam Pattern 2023. It will make it easier for students to understand the pattern of the FMGE exam like the total number of questions, marking scheme, sections of the exam, and duration of the exam. 

 

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FMGE (SCREENING TEST) EXAM PATTERN 2023 

  • The FMGE Screening Test occurs in English language.
  • The FMGE SCREENING TEST is a single, two-part paper with 300 multiple-choice, single-correct response questions in just the English language that must be completed in one day.
  • The FMGE SCREENING TEST exam will be a multiple-choice test delivered over computer network in accordance with the prescribed schedule.
  • Negative Marking: FMGE Exam contains NO negative marking.
  • Time schedule for the FMGE 2023 exam shall be as follows-

 

Events

Part A (9.00 AM to 11:30 PM)

Part B (2:00 PM- 4:30 PM)

Entry to the exam hall  and commence Biometric Registration begins

 

07:00 am

12:00 pm

Entry closes into the exam hall 

           08:30 am

         01:30 pm

The candidate is provided with the login access

 

08:45 am

01:45 pm

Candidate can log in to the test and proceed to read the exam instructions

 

08:50 am

01:50 pm

Exam Start Time

09:00 am

02:00 pm

Exam Ends Time

11:30 am

04:30 pm

 

There are 150 questions in each of the two parts of the FMGE, and each component is allotted 150 minutes. There is a scheduled break between the two parts.

 

Particulars

Exam Details

Mode of Examination

Online

Exam Type

Computer Based Test

Exam fee

INR 7,080

Subjects

PART A (PRE AND PARA CLINICAL SUBJECTS) and PART B (CLINICAL SUBJECTS)

 

 

Exam duration(in minutes)

Part A – 150 minutes

Part B – 150 minutes

Total marks

300(Part A-100 marks and Part-B -200 marks)

Total questions

300(Part A-100 QST and Part-B -200 QST)

Marking scheme

+1 mark for each correct response

No negative mark for wrong answer

No marks for unattempted question

Language/medium of exam

English

 

A FMGE applicant won't be considered successful unless they receive at least 50% of the possible marks in the test.


Results for qualified candidates will be made available on the NBE website and in person. The results will be announced for each candidate and posted on the www.natboard.edu.in website.


The applicants who pass the screening test may submit an application for provisional or permanent registration to the Medical Council of India, New Delhi, or to any State Medical Council.


An applicant taking the FMGE SCREENING TEST is allowed an unlimited number of attempts. However, because the FMGE is a qualifying test, once a candidate passes it, he or she is ineligible to retake it.

 

FAQs related to FMGE Exam Pattern

 

1. What is the exam pattern for FMGE?

 

  • The FMGE is a computer-based test comprising 300 multiple-choice questions (MCQs). It is divided into two parts, each consisting of 150 questions. The duration for each part is 150 minutes.

 

2. How are the questions distributed in the FMGE exam?

 

  • The questions in FMGE are distributed across various medical subjects, including Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, and more, with approximately an equal number of questions from each subject.

 

3. Are there negative markings for incorrect answers in FMGE?

 

  • No, there is no negative marking for incorrect answers in the FMGE. Candidates are encouraged to attempt all questions without the fear of losing marks for wrong answers.

 

4. Is there a passing mark or percentile for each section in FMGE?

 

  • Candidates need to secure a minimum of 150 out of 300 marks to pass the FMGE. There's no specific passing mark or percentile required for individual sections; the overall score matters for passing.

 

5. Is there any break time between the two parts of the FMGE exam?

 

  • Yes, candidates get a break between the two parts of the FMGE exam. The duration of the break may vary, and candidates should utilize this time effectively for relaxation or refreshment.

 

6. Can I navigate between questions during the FMGE exam?

 

  • Yes, candidates can navigate back and forth between questions during the FMGE exam. The computer-based format allows them to review and revise their answers within the allocated time.

 

7. What is the difficulty level of the FMGE exam?

 

  • The FMGE exam is designed to assess the knowledge and understanding of medical graduates. The difficulty level of questions ranges from basic concepts to advanced topics covered during undergraduate medical education.

 

8. Are there specific subject-wise cutoffs in the FMGE exam?

 

  • No, there are no subject-wise cutoffs in the FMGE. Candidates need to achieve the overall passing mark of 150 out of 300 irrespective of individual subject performance.

 

9. How can I prepare effectively for the FMGE exam considering its pattern?

 

  • Effective preparation involves covering the entire syllabus thoroughly, practicing with mock tests, focusing on time management, revising high-yield topics, and familiarizing yourself with the computer-based test format.

 

10. Can I get a mock test or sample papers reflecting the FMGE exam pattern?

 

  • Yes, EaseToLearn online platforms provide FMGE mock tests and sample papers that simulate the exam pattern, allowing candidates to practice and prepare effectively.

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