If so many students fail in MCI Screening Test, why would I go to pursue MBBS in Abroad?

Many students opting for MBBS abroad overlook a critical aspect of their journey toward becoming a doctor. The MCI Screening Test or FMGE boasts an average pass rate as low as 15%. This means that nearly 85% of returning doctors must retake the exam to progress to the next stage of internship and subsequent registration as licensed medical practitioners. Recognizing this issue, we're actively striving to raise awareness. Envision undertaking a six-year course abroad, covering 19 distinct subjects and 128 topics with extensive syllabi.