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NEXT (more commonly known as National Exit Exam for MBBS) will be a single window examination which will replace NEET-PG exam & MCI Screening exam (FMGE: Foreign Medical Graduate Examination).
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NEXT for Indian
& Foreign Medicos


  • Next in Brief
  • NEXT exam pattern
  • NEXT-pattern-and-syllabus

NEXT (more commonly known as National Exit Exam for MBBS) will be a single-window examination that will replace the NEET-PG exam & MCI Screening exam (FMGE: Foreign Medical Graduate Examination). It will be implemented in 2022.
This exam will be mandatory for Indian as well as foreign medical graduates. The students who will pass the NEXT exit exam will start their internship. Score (rank) in the NEXT exam will also be used to allot PG (MD/ MS/ DNB/ Diploma) seats in Government and private medical colleges in India.
NEXT will standardize medical education in India. It will judge the conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills of final year MBBS students.

NEXT will comprise of two parts: Theory (NEXT-1) and practical (NEXT-2). Theory questions will be multiple-choice questions (MCQs). NEXT-1 will be conducted after the final year MBBS, before the internship.

After passing NEXT-1 students will start an internship. Those who manage to pass theory (i.e. NEXT-1) will have to clear NEXT-2, the practical test, separately at the end of the internship.

The score obtained in NEXT-1 will help you to gain a PG seat after the internship.

Follow the below the structure to understand the national exit test syllabus strategy

NEXT-2 will be a pass/ fail type of exam. Marks in NEXT-2 will not contribute to PG seat allocation. Thus NEXT-1 will be a qualifying as well as a competitive exam.

There will be unlimited attempts in the NEXT exam. The score of the NEXT-1 exam will be valid for 2 to 3 years for the purpose of the PG Entrance ranking.

NEXT-2 will be a pass/ fail type of exam. Marks in NEXT-2 will not contribute to PG seat allocation. Thus NEXT-1 will be a qualifying as well as a competitive exam.

There will be unlimited attempts in the NEXT exam. The score of the NEXT-1 exam will be valid for 2 to 3 years for the purpose of the PG Entrance ranking.

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National Exit
Test Syllabus

All 19 subjects in new Medical Council of India curriculum will be included in NEXT exit test syllabus for MBBS. But subject-wise marks distribution will be drastically different than what it was in NEET-PG exam or MCI Screening exam (i.e. FMGE: Foreign Medical Graduate Examination). The clinical subjects will carry disproportionately more marks than pre- & para-clinical subjects.


Among above 540 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs):

• 10% MCQs from each stream will be from basic applied sciences (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology & pharmacology)
• 10% MCQs will be from Preventive & Social Medicine (PSM)


Among above 540 MCQs:

• 60% will be problem solving
• 30% comprehension & analysis
• 10% recall
Above is a proposal which was discussed. The official announcement about NEXT question paper pattern is yet to come from NMC (National Medical Commission), NBE (National Board of Examination) or NTA (National Testing Agency)


COMMON ENTRANCE for FMGE & NEET – PG

From 2022, FMGE & NEET-PG will be merged & replaced by NEXT: National Exit Test which will be a common exit exam for MBBS, Indian as well as Foreign Medical Graduates.

MCI MBBS curriculum

MCI SCREENING EXAM



THE new MCI MBBS curriculum is vast like a sea. While sailing in the sea, the direction is the most important parameter. If your direction is wrong, you will get lost. Hence MCI Screening Coaching has become a necessity of time for FMGE (NEXT) preparation. THE best FMGE Foreign Medical Graduate Examination coaching center is the one that guides you properly & gets everything done from you.


The best MCI Screening Online Coaching gives you multiple advantages over classroom coaching: can be started early, no loss of time & energy in traveling, study anytime anywhere as per your convenience, cost-effective, best teaching faculties teach you.




FMGE: MCI Screening Exam will be soon replaced by NEXT (National Exit Test). NEXT exit exam for MBBS will be a more competitive exam as compared to FMGE Foreign Medical Graduate Examination. Bright EduWorld is the first coaching institute in India to tune itself to the new MCI curriculum as per the NEXT pattern. Bright Edu World is also the first to incorporate any change in the new MCI MBBS syllabus.


In BEW FMGE Online Coaching, the whole new MCI curriculum is divided into small modules. Each module is further divided into blocks. Each block has short informative lectures. These lectures are not lengthy & boring. They are concise & give you more information in less time. Thus saving time which can be utilized for studying more topics. You can crack the MCI Screening Exam in 1st attempt by merely studying 30 minutes daily in Bright EduWorld MCI Online Coaching.





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