A graduate of Semey Medical University Pradeep Choudhary passed the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE) which is a national level entrance test conducted basically for the Indian Nationals having foreign medical qualifications. Candidate who successfully qualifies this test are able to practice in India. It is held twice a year. FMGE qualifying marks is 150 out of 300.
“First thanks to God and my parents and friends who stood with me in my struggles and helped me achieve this result today. I would like to thank Semey Medical University for making my basics strong enough to clear this exam.
All the faculty members of SMU were helpful in my studies and preparation for the FMGE. They contributed to my success greatly. The faculty cleared my doubts all the time which made my concepts clear and exams at SMU also helped me to practice questions preparing me for the FMGE,” wrote Pradeep in his letter to SMU.
We wish Pradeep and all the graduates of SMU every success in their future endeavors. Go forth and be the best in your field!