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PostSubject: AMC Clinical exam format   Wed Dec 25, 2013 6:26 pm

In AMC Clinical Examination, a candidate must pass at least 12 or more stations along with one case from gynecology and one from pediatrics.

If he/she passes in one gynecology station and one pediatrics station and in total you passed 10 or 11 stations out of 16,it will be required to re-sit in the exam for re-test.

Failing in all pediatrics or all gynecology stations is equivalent to failing in the whole exam even if the candidate scores good in medicine and surgery.

You are encouraged to check with Australian Medical Council website for the latest information about the examinations.

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PostSubject: Re: AMC Clinical exam format   Wed Feb 05, 2014 3:59 am

Does it means we have to pass at least one case from gyne and one from pediatrics?
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