Technical problems related to 10 March exam
The examination that took place on 10 March was delayed by one hour due to technical issues. We apologise for the unnecessary stress and frustration caused to those candidates who were affected by this problem. We are working with the platform provider to ensure correct functionality for future examinations.
NOTIFICATION: the True/False mcqs in the Part A examination are being phased out gradually and the Part A examination will consist solely of Single-Best type mcq's from the September 2023 diet onward.
Next Part A Exam Dates
8 September 2023
Registration 1-26 July 2023
Step 1: Go to your MyEUSEM account or create one here https://eusem.org/register and log in with your credentials.
Step 2: Enter the application via button “Exam A preregistration and application form”
Step 3: Fill in the form and pay pre-registration (€100)
Step 4: Use the link in your confirmation email or the button “Overview of the registration” and submit the required documents
Step 5: In case your application is successful, you will receive an email after the deadline of xxx, with instructions how to pay the exam fee and how to attend the exam virtually.
Part A Virtual
Part A is being held virtually. This means you can take the exam remotely from any private area with a good and stable internet connection.
Part A assesses the knowledge basis for Emergency Medicine practice including basic sciences applied to Emergency Medicine. The exam consists of a knowledge test in multiple choice format with 120 questions, some of which are multiple true false format (5 items each true or false) and some are single best answer (5 items - one best answer).
PLEASE NOTE: the True/False mcqs in the Part A examination are being phased out gradually and the Part A examination will consist solely of Single-Best type mcq's from the September 2023 diet onward.
The examination lasts 2.5 hours and is held remotely. The examination is held online, with candidates being given an individual log-in to a special link, which is available only for the duration of the examination. Candidates can take the exam from home or any private place with stable internet connection.
How can I apply?
Please apply by clicking on the registration button.
A non-refundable pre-registration fee of €100 must be paid when submitting your application. If your application is successful you will then be required to pay the examination sitting fee (see details on fees here).
IMPORTANT: Before applying please read carefully all the information about eligibility requirements, regulations and terms and conditions and preparation guidance.
You must complete the form in one sitting, as your information will not be saved if you close it. Please be sure to have all documents ready before beginning your application.
Candidates will be entitled to re-apply for the examination for six (6) attempts, each Part A and B, including the first attempt.
The Part B exam should be completed within 4 years of successful Part A completion.
Resit and Transfer Candidates
Candidates must apply using the email previously used at your Part A exam location (email used for correspondence).
The same fees apply to resit candidates as "normal" candidates.