nmc osce review

Have you received your OSCE decision letter?

By Ben Having assessed your application I am satisfied that you meet the minimum requirements to progress to part two of the test of competence; as a result you can now book your Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). Following (up to) 40 days of waiting for the NMC to reply to your application – an application that likely includes a 7.0 Score / B grade at IELTS or OET level and a CBT pass – the above words are welcomed news [...]

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nmc osce review

OSCE REVIEW

By Anna When you are a nurse wanting to register with the NMC, the last step, after completing the language requirements and passing the CBT is moving to the OSCE exam which will test your practical nursing skills. During the OSCE exam, the nurses and midwives are required to act out certain scenarios which will assess their clinical skills. There are six separate stations using simulated patients in a clinical setting, each lasting between 10-20 minutes; the first four stations will [...]

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