Exit Exam

Exit exam of Afghanistan Medical Council

 The Medical Council of Afghanistan, as an independent governmental body, has been working tirelessly since its inception to serve the dear countrymen and the healthy family in accordance with the set policy and strategy.

 The lack of first filter for new graduates of medical higher education institutions by reputable and academic authorities was a major challenge of our country, fortunately, this serious and effective gap in the quality of health services is now being filled by the Medical Council  Has been considered.  Filled with National Examination Committee and other relevant departments.  New graduates of public and private medical higher education institutions are required by law to pass an examination before starting employment with the Ministry of Public Health, the Ministry of Higher Education, and professional clinical practice.

 The Medical Council of Afghanistan has conducted four rounds of examinations since 4/4/1398, with about 9,000 new graduates from public and private higher education institutions, which, of course, have difficulty rescheduling, changing and resisting examinations The test was discussed on clinical topics, based on a joint plan by the Ministry of Higher Education, the Ministry of Public Health and the Medical Council of Afghanistan.

 The plan has been developed with regional and international standards in mind, and with the implementation of this plan, graduates of public and private medical higher education institutions will be able to gradually pass the Afghan Medical Council examination.  Then spread your benefits to the region and the world.  Improving the quality of health services and patient safety.

 It is to be noted that the next (exit exam) will also include clinics and para-clinics and the success score which was earlier 50% will be followed by 65%.