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Don't forget to save the dates 29th Feb, 1st and 2nd March 2020. Our PLAB 1 Course is then! Meet the people behind PLABABLE. It is going to be the biggest course for PLAB 1. See you there.
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We know that many international medical graduates struggle with their visas to get to the UK. We are putting together a team to help those with questions about their visa applications. Please find our post on visas on our Facebook or Instagram and comment on it if you think this service would be beneficial for you.
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In future, international medical graduates from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) would be required to sit for the Medical Licensing Assessment (MLA) instead of the PLAB test.
If you need to take MLA, there will be a two-part assessment. The first part is an applied knowledge test. The second part is an assessment of clinical skills.
Improvements are being made to PLAB. In the future, doctors will be required to undergo a broader knowledge test and a more thorough practical assessment, which reflect real life consultations in the UK health system.
For full details, visit: https://www.gmc-uk.org/news