Plab


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A two-part medical exam administered by the General Medical Council which is between finals and postgraduate examinations in level of difficulty, and used to assess a physician’s education and training
Most medical graduates from outside the EU must take the PLAB test before they can be granted registration. Some overseas doctors are exempt from this test
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Indians who have sat the PLAB exam often complain how they are presented with patients with thick British regional accents, which many find examinees have found impossible to understand.
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This project is seeking to implement a solution to manage the PLAB Part 1 and Part 2 examinations
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The PLAB Test is in two parts; Part 1 is a written single best answer 200 question examination and Part 2 is an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) consisting of 14 stations plus one or more pilot stations.
Tickers featured: AMAT, ASYT, BRKS, DELL, DPMI, KLAC, NOK, NVLS, PLAB, TSM.
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