The United States Medical Licensing Examination is a three-step examination program for medical licensure in the United States sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board...

National Exit Test (abbreviated as NExT) is a proposed examination for all MBBS students in India that is required to pass the final year and obtain a license to practice medicine.[1] Admissions to postgraduate courses will be based on the merit of a candidate in NEXT.

MRCP Medical abbreviation or MRCP full form in medical Qualification stands for Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK

The primary distinction between PLAB and MRCP lies in their eligibility criteria and career trajectories.

  1. While MRCP requires a minimum of 12 months of experience before one can take the exam, PLAB permits MBBS graduates to appear immediately after completing their degree.
  2. PLAB typically leads to junior positions, whereas achieving MRCP enables individuals to commence their NHS careers at a more advanced level, specialising in areas such as General or Acute Medicine.