Simulation MIR 2023: How much do you know about Dermatology?
Simulation MIR of Medical Writing.
The applicants for MIR exam 2023 They are immersed in the final phase of the preparation, in which the carrying out of simulations prevails, as well as the theoretical review of the subjects. As in 2022, the exercise will consist of a total of 200 multiple choice questions with four answer options (plus 10 reserve), but only one valid. A discreet presence of Dermatology, one of the disciplines most in demand by the first order numbers, which only garnered two questions in the previous call. However, it is usually present in approximately five questions; all decisive to reach the desired score.
In figures, a total of 12,629 candidates have been admitted to the test for doctors that will take place on January 21, in order to access one of the 8,550 places offered by the Ministry of Health; 362 more than in the last call. These definitive results show an estimated ratio of 1.47 graduates in Medicine for each of the places offered, which makes the MIR 2023 call the more affordable for candidateswhich have a place almost assured.
In addition, after the bad data collected in the MIR 2022, which ended with 93 empty places, the Ministry of Health has modified the evaluation system of the Specialized Health Training (FSE) tests to reduce the cut-off mark, which could serve for more than 1,000 Medicine applicants can access the choice of place.
– MIR 2023 exam: ready for the test? Access the drill (I) –
– MIR 2023 exam: ready for the test? Access the drill (II) –
– MIR 2023 exam: ready for the test? Access the drill (III) –
– MIR 2023 Exam: Simulation MIR in Digestive System-
– MIR 2023 Exam: Simulation MIR in Cardiology-
In this sprint final, Medical Writing makes the following MIR drill available to candidates, which consists of correctly answering these questions of Dermatology taken from official exams from previous years. Would you be able to get a place?
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