International Certificate Part 1 Written Exam

An examination to determine your level of knowledge

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Date: 17 November 2022
Local time: 14:30 – 16:30 local time
Type: MCQ exam
Format: Pearson VUE test centres, or online
Fee: To be announced

Eligibility

Participation is subject to eligibility. The participant holds a certificate of accreditation in urology.  


Objective

The aim is to assess whether the candidate meets the minimum level of knowledge set by EBU. The exam is in English and consists of 100 single correct answer MCQs covering all urological fields.



Scoring

We apply cohort-based standard setting. For the cut-off score we look at the average score and standard deviation. There is no negative marking.



Preparation

Candidates prepare by studying up-to-date clinical textbooks and medical journals. The EAU guidelines provide a useful consensus of urological management.



Computer based exam

The exam is organised with our partner Pearson VUE. The participant takes the exam online, or at a secured test centre (based on availability).


Examination regulations

These regulations apply to all candidates.

Step 1: Registration
Access to the Pearson VUE test centre and online exam can only be guaranteed when the candidate’s registration matches the passport presented.

Step 2: Receive details about the examination from EBU
Participants will receive an email from the EBU with the exam details.

Step 3: Receive details about the examination from Pearson VUE
Participants will be informed by Pearson VUE directly by email about the exam procedure.

Step 4: Take the exam
Participants follow the instructions provided in the Pearson VUE booking confirmation and take the exam at the assigned time.

Step 5: Receive the result
About 3 weeks after the exam the participants receive an email from Examfolio (info@examfolio.com) with a link to the website.

Step 6: Receive the certificate
Participants who completed the examination receive a certificate by email.