A lot of Indian students go abroad to obtain a medical degree owing to fewer seats, stiff competition and high cost of private seats. But only a very small percentage of doctors with foreign degrees equivalent to the MBBS get to practice in the country legally.
Over the past years the level of the examination has definitely risen. The number of questions being repeated from AIIMS , AIPGEE & DNB have gone drastically low.
The pass percentage of FMGE is constantly decreasing from 28.3% in 2012 to 13.1% in 2014 and has decreased to a mere 6.3% in December, 2016.
According to the data a total of 7282 candidates appeared in FMGE December, 2016 out of which only 456 managed to clear the exam.
Also read: Latest FMGE Exam Pattern
The toughness of FMG Exam is now of PG standards. It requires more skill set to pass than an MBBS degree. That is the reason the Foreign Medical Graduates welcome the governments decision to abolish the FMGE and instead make the Foreign Medical Graduates appear for the NEET-PG. It makes the exam more centralized and transparent, helping the FMGs.
Nevertheless, till this decision is taken students need to increase their level of effectiveness in the forthcoming examinations.
Also read: Problems faced by FMGE Aspirants
Students now need to maintain high consistency levels throughout the 6 years of degree course equivalent to an MBBS degree to clear the FMGE. Also practicing in a simulated environment helps candidates familiarize with the exam pattern, manage time and retain more than 75% of what is studied. For this purpose PrepLadder has brought to you an FMGE test series that uses the same software as the real exam and simulates exam like experience.
“Obstacles do not exist to be surrendered to, but only to be broken" -ADOLF HITLER
PrepLadder advises you to keep Studying and keep fighting because perseverance is the key to success.
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In the words of a successful FMGE candidate- “Lets not think of an excuse rather just concentrate on our preparation,make ourselves strong and ambitious enough to get through, to prove that foreign medical students can also be as capable as Indian students.”.