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FMGE Exam 2022 Result: FMGE 2022 Result can be checked by visiting the official website of National Board of Examination (NBE) at natboard.edu.in.
FMGE 2022 Result: The result of Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) 2022 has been released on 2nd July i.e. today. Visit the official website of National Board of Examination (NBE) at natboard.edu.in FMGE 2022 Result can be checked. The candidates who had given the FMGE 2022 exam for June session on 4th June. They can now check their result at natboard.edu.in. Actually, FMGE is conducted twice a year for Indian and foreign doctors to obtain temporary or permanent registration from Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC) to practice or study in India.
However, even though the FMGE 2022 Result will be released today. But the individual scorecards of the candidates who took the FMGE exam can be downloaded on or after July 7. The results of the candidates whose face ID verification is currently underway, their results have been withheld. Apart from this, candidates whose cases are pending in the courts or security clearance is still awaited. Their results have also been withheld. An official statement said, “The schedule of award of FMGE, June 2022 session pass certificate to the candidates will be issued soon through another notification.”
How To Check FMGE 2022 Result
- Official website to check FMGE 2022 Result natboard.edu.in Go on
- Click on FMGE Result link.
- After clicking on the link, now you will be able to see your result in PDF format on the screen.
- Candidates will be able to see their Roll Number, Marks, Qualifying Status (PASS/FAIL) in the result.
- Download the result for future use.
Let us inform that the FMGE result for the December 2021 session was announced on 29 December 2021 itself. The exams for this session were conducted on 12th December. NBE released the scorecards on 5th January 2022. There is one paper in FMGE exam. It consists of 300 MCQ questions. The exam is conducted only in the English language, which is divided into two parts. These exams are conducted in a single day. There is no negative marking for wrong answers.