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Introductory Guide To TRAS Exam Preparations
by jahangir - 40780 reads, based on 39 votes
Here is the info about the requirements and procedure to get the eligibility for TRAS and guidelines of exams, fees etc. Requirements for the TRAS exam: Copy of MBBS Degree Copy of Certificate of Experience of House Job (e.g. in Pakistan from PMDC) Original Certificate of Good Standing (from PMDC) Original Certificate of IELTS (band 7) Copy of Passport All copies attested by Notary Public (in court), they should also certify these to be true copies. House job should be a total of one year with at least 3 months of general medicine and 3 months of general surgery... More

How to prepare for TRAS (Ireland) Exam?
by altafnaqvi - 54318 reads, based on 88 votes
TRAS Examination, TRAS (Temporary Registration Assessment Scheme), Ireland is required for overseas doctors wishing to practise in Ireland. The Medical Council will not accept that any doctor possesses the requisite knowledge, skill and language proficiency unless he/she has passed or has been exempted from the Temporary Registration Assessment Scheme (TRAS) conducted by, or on behalf of, the Ireland Medical Council. The TRAS assesses the ability of the doctor to practise as a Senior House Officer, in a safe manner, under consultant supervision. ... More

New Format of TRAS Temporary Registration Assessment Scheme
by tegs - 16295 reads, based on 14 votes
New Format From July 2003, the format for the TRAS was changed. The new format comprises the following: Part I Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) Part II English Language Component (IELTS) Part III Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Under the new format candidates will be able sit Part I (MCQ) in Ireland or overseas. Once fully operational, candidates will only need to travel to Ireland to sit Part III (OSCE). ... More

Ireland - Lifestyle
by RxPG - 9272 reads, based on 7 votes
Population Geography Time Climate Language Electricity Tipping Telephones Currency Newspapers Population Population density remains low, only Dublin can claim true city status on a worldwide scale, and its population of 1.2 million is far from overwhelming. ... More

Ireland: Immigration for Doctors
by RxPG - 28572 reads, based on 13 votes
Introduction Visa guide lines Applying for Visa When to apply? Visa Fees Change of visa status Police Registration Links Introduction Basic visa details for Ireland are given below. Complete and more detailed information can be obtained from the following sites:... More

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