The undergraduate exam in O&G, or “O&G finals”, is defined locally by each University and not Nationally. It varies, therefore, from region to region in both its’ content and format: MCQs, SBAs, EMQs, OSCEs and so on.
It also varies in its’ timing. Some Medical Schools allow the students to take the exam in isolation at the end of the period of training, often in the 4th year. Other medical students have to sit the exam at the same time as all other specialty exams in a ‘finals’ assessment.
”Thanks a million once again for making me a better clinician and for helping me pass the exams which was a massive relief. I am most grateful.”
Tunde Solebo - OSCE Gold and OSCE Circuits
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