The National Board of Examinations has announced the date of the FMGE 2023 exam for the June session will be held on July 30. For FMGE 2023 registration form, candidates will need to register on the official website. The date for FMGE 2023 exam and the whole schedule will be released soon.
On the official website, NBE will post a brochure with information about who is eligible to apply, how to apply, how the test will be set up, and important dates for things like applying, getting an admit card, getting the results, etc. FMGE 2023 registration can be done on nbe.edu.in once the application form is available for the test. The National Medical Commission (NMC) put out the application dates for eligible candidates for the FMGE June term in 2023.
Highlights of FMGE Exam 2023
The table given below shows highlights of the FMGE 2023 June session.
|Name of the examination||
Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE)
National Board of Examinations
Twice a year (June and December)
|Registration Start Date||June 2023|
|Exam Date||July 2023|
|Language/medium of exam||English|
About FMGE 2023
The Foreign Medical Graduate Examination, or FMGE, is a licensing exam given by the National Board of Examinations (NBE). To register with the National Medical Commission (NMC)/State Medical Council (SMC), an Indian citizen or OCI who got their primary medical degree from a school outside India but wants to work in India needs to pass this test. But since FMGE didn’t start until 2002, candidates who finished their first-degree course on or before March 15, 2002, do not have to take this test. One must also remember that the FMGE is not an entrance exam and cannot be used to get into any school. It is a test for getting a license for doctors who graduated from a medical school outside of the United States. The test is taken twice a year, in December and June. If someone is not able to pass the FMGE test in December, they can try again in June.
Eligibility Criteria for FMGE Exam 2023
The Eligibility Criteria for FMGE Exam 2023 are mentioned below:
The candidate should have passed a primary medical qualification, which is confirmed by the Indian Embassy concerned
- Maximum Age Limit: 28 Years old
- Minimum Age Limit: 18 years old
The candidate must be an Indian Citizen.
How to Apply for FMGE 2023?
- Go to the main nbe.edu.in website and choose “FMGE”
- Click on “New Registration” in the list of links.
- Carefully read the guidelines and click “Close.”
- Fill in the personal and professional information
- Enter the Captcha code and click “Submit.” Your user ID and password will be sent to the email address you used to sign up.
- Use the above username and password to log in again.
- Pay a Rs 7,080 application fee (Rs 6,000 plus 18% GST for all groups).
- Save the FMGE form and print it out.
How to Download FMGE 2023 Admit Card?
Here are the steps candidates can follow to get their hall tickets:
- Visit the official website of NBE and click on “FMGE.”
- Enter your User ID and password to get in.
- Click on “Download Admit Card”
- Cross-check the FMGE 2023 call letter for mistakes.
- Download the ticket and print it out for future reference.
Details Mentioned on the FMGE 2023 Admit Card
Candidates should check for the following details on the admit card to avoid any last time mistakes:
Details on the Admit Card
|1||Name of the candidate|
|2||FMGE roll number|
|4||Date of birth|
A person with a disability (Yes/ No)
Name and address of the exam centre
Date and time of the examination
|10||Last entry to the exam hall|
Exam Pattern for FMGE 2023
The National Board of Examinations (NBE) has made the FMGE 2023 exam schedule. Candidates will be better prepared for the FMGE 2023 if they know how the test will be set up. FMGE exam format describes things like how the test will be given, how long it will last, how many questions will be on the paper, etc. All of these things should be kept in mind by people who want to take the FMGE 2023 exam.
|Mode of the examination||Online|
|Total number of questions||300|
|Type of questions||MCQ|
|Sections||Two (Part A and B)|
|Duration of the examination||
(2 hours and 30 minutes for each section)