FMGE 2019 Exam Pattern, Paper Pattern, Marking Scheme – Check Here

by Sandeep | Posted on Wednesday, October 17th, 2018

FMGE is referred to as a Foreign Medical Graduate Screening Exam, and it is a national level entrance exam. FMGE 2019 exam is conducted two times in one year, i.e., in June and December.

This exam is conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBA). This exam allows the Indian nationals with foreign medical qualifications to practice in India.

Candidates will get a provisional or permanent registration with Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council.

FMGE Exam Pattern 2019

The exam is conducted online as well as in offline mode. Candidates have to complete paper within 150 minutes no extra time will be given to any candidates.

Candidates can check the FMGE exam pattern in this section.

  • Mode: The exam will be conducted through online mode (CBT).
  • Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions will be asked in the exam.
  • Number of Questions: Maximum of 300 questions will be asked.
  • The medium of Exam: The question paper will be asked in the English language.
  • Negative Marking: No negative marking in the exam.
  • Duration of Exam: FMGE is divided into two parts of 150 questions each with a time allocation of 150 minutes for each part.
  • Attempts: There is o limit to appear in the exam.

For Pre and Para Clinical Subjects:

SubjectsMarks
Anatomy17
Physiology17
Biochemistry17
Pathology13
Microbiology13
Pharmacology13
Forensic Medicine10
Total100

For Clinical Subjects:

SubjectsMarks
Medicine and Allied Subjects
Medicine33
Psychiatry5
Dermatology and STD5
Radiotherapy5
General Surgery and Allied Subjects
General Surgery32
Anesthesiology5
Orthopedics5
Radiodiagnosis5
Pediatrics15
Opthalmology15
Otorhinolaryngology15
Obstetrics & Gynaecology30
Community Medicine30
Total200

Scheme of Examination

Foreign Medical Graduate Screening Test (FMGE)

  • The exam consists of one paper, comprising 300 multiple choice, single correct response questions in English language only, delivered in two parts to be taken in a single day.
  • The examination shall be a multiple choice questions test delivered using computer network as per prescribed scheme.
  • Negative Marking: There shall be no negative marking.
  • Allocation of time for the FMGE shall be as follows:
ActivitiesPart-A

(9:00 AM-11:30 AM)

Part – B

(2:00 PM-04:30 PM)

Allow Candidates to enter the examination centre and commence Biometric Registration07:00 AM12:00 PM
Entry closes at Examination Center08:30 AM01:30 PM
Grant access for Candidate Login08:45 AM01:45 PM
Candidates log in to read instructions08:50 AM01:50 PM
Exam Start Time09:00 AM02:00 PM
Exam End Time11:30 AM04:30 PM

Note : FMGE is divided into two parts of 150 questions each with time allocation of150 minutes for each part. There is a scheduled break between the two parts.

Candidates are required to report at the ‘Reporting Counter’ at 7:00 AM for Part One and 12:00 PM for Part Two (two hour prior to the start time). The reporting counter will close 30 minutes prior to the test start time. Candidate who fails to report to the reporting counter by the stipulated time as indicated above shall not be allowed to test

  • An applicant shall be declared as having passed only if he/she obtains a minimum of 150 marks out of 300 in the examination.
  • Results (Pass/Fail) for eligible candidates will be displayed on NBE website. There is no provision for re-totaling/re-evaluation.
  • There are no restrictions on number of attempts that can be availed by an applicant.

If you have any other queries about FMGE 2019 Exam Pattern, you can write your queries in the comment box given below.

About the Author Sandeep

Hi Guys, I am Sandeep Co-founder of IASpaper and UPSCToday Staying in Mumbai (India) and pursuing graduation in Computer Science and Engineering from Mumbai University. I love helping Aspirants. You may join me on Facebook

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