Test Day Preparation Tips for UAE Ministry of Health’s medical Prometric exam

Test day preparation is crucial for success on the UAE Ministry of Health’s medical Prometric exam. Here are some
tips to help you prepare:

Start studying early.

Don’t wait until the last minute to begin studying for the exam. Start studying as soon as you can so that you have plenty of time to review all of the material and gain a thorough understanding of the concepts that will be covered on the exam.

Use study guides and practice exams.

There are many study guides and practice exams available that can help you prepare for the Prometric exam. These materials can provide you with an overview of the types of questions that will be on the exam and give you an idea of what to expect on test day.

Create a study schedule.

Create a study schedule that allows you to review all of the material that will be covered on the exam. Be sure to include regular breaks in your schedule to help you stay focused and avoid burnout.

Get a good night’s sleep

Test day can be stressful, so it’s important to get a good night’s sleep before the exam. This will help you feel well-rested and better able to focus on the test.

Arrive Early

Arrive at the testing centre early. Plan to arrive at the testing centre at least 30 minutes before the start of the exam. This will give you time to check in, find your seat, and get settled before the exam begins.

Bring all necessary items. Be sure to bring your valid photo identification and any other items that are required to take the exam, such as a calculator or pencils.

Stay Calm

Stay calm and focused. On test day, try to remain calm and focused. Take deep breaths and remind
yourself that you have studied and are prepared for the exam.

By following these tips, you can set yourself up for success on the UAE Ministry of Health’s medical Prometric exam. Good luck!

3-Month Study Planner

A Three-Month Study Planner

Here’s a suggested study planner to cover the core pharmacy subjects in three months:

Month 1: The Basics

  • Week 1-2: Pharmacology
  • Week 3-4: Medicinal Chemistry
  • Week 5-6: Pharmaceutics
  • Week 7-8: Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Week 9-12: Review and Practice

Month 2: In-Depth Study

  • Week 1-2: Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Week 3-4: Pharmacokinetics
  • Week 5-6: Pathophysiology
  • Week 7-8: Biopharmaceutics
  • Week 9-12: Review and Practice

Month 3: Practice and Refinement

  • Week 1-2: Clinical Pharmacy
  • Week 3-4: Pharmaceutical Calculations
  • Week 5-6: Regulatory Affairs
  • Week 7-8: Herbal Medicines and Supplements
  • Week 9-12: Final Review and Mock Exams

This is a general planner to guide you through the exam syllabus. You can adjust it according to your personal learning pace. Make sure your final month only focuses on comprehensive reviews and mock exams to make you ready for the final exam.

Infographic – Test Day Tips for Exam

exam day tips infographic

Note: Please be aware that candidates are only permitted a total of three tries to arrange their MOH tests. The UAE counts missed or cancelled appointments as one of the three tries for all MOH exams.