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  • MCQ Authorisation Fee changes from 9am AEST 02 July 2024

    As part of our ongoing review of assessment against international benchmarks the AMC will be reducing the MCQ Authorisation fee from the current amount of $3,124 AUD to $2,920 AUD. This change will take affect from 2 July 2024 at 9am (AEST – Australian Eastern Standard Time). The AMC will be contacting candidates who have paid the higher fee with information regarding a refund. This will not apply to candidates who have already cancelled their authorisation and received their refund. View the current and new AMC fees and charges.

  • AMC Candidate Account - Agreement and Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

    The AMC has updated our Terms of Use to enhance your experience.

    As from Wednesday 1st May 2024, all candidates will be required to sign into your AMC candidate account and acknowledging agreement with the updated Terms of Use and Privacy Policy to access your AMC candidate account.

  • Change to Pass requirement for the Clinical Examination

    This is to inform you of an important decision regarding the pass requirement for the clinical examination conducted by the Australian Medical Council (AMC). 

    Following an extensive review, the AMC has changed the pass requirement for the AMC clinical exam from 10 out of 14 stations to 9 out of 14 stations. This change takes effect from 21 March 2024. This means that any candidate who has passed 9 out 14 stations from this date will have the pass mark reflected in their AMC Candidate Account and results feedback.

    This change will not be applied to AMC clinical exam results prior to 21 March 2024.

    The change in the pass requirement is part of our continuous review of assessment to ensure that we maintain the highest possible standards in line with international benchmarks. We recognise that international medical graduates play a critical role in the health care of Australian communities. We are committed to ensuring that we have timely, efficient and effective systems for assessing international medical graduates who are seeking to practise medicine in Australia.

    If you have any queries please contact the Clinical team at clinical@amc.org.au. For further clarification regarding the pass requirements please refer to Clinical Specifications on our website.

  • New location for AMC MCQ examinations in Pakistan

    The AMC is currently in negotiations with Pearson VUE to open an MCQ test centre in Pakistan. This venue is still being constructed, therefore not available for scheduling yet.

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