.応募資格:ポーランド現地の医学院に卒業した者。

ポーランド医師国家試験は2008年より試験問題は英語版を加えました。

注意:An examinee should be a holder of a valid right to practice the profession of a physician or dentist in Poland.

II.     試験期間、締切日:

一年に2回の試験期間があります。

   1)9月試験 締切日5/31まで

   2)2月試験 締切日10/31まで

まずネットでエントリーし、通知を待ちます。(ホームページ: www.cem.edu.pl/)

応募の際はポーランド語でフォームに記入し、試験言語をポーランド語或いは英語を選択します。

III.   試験日:

医科:1)9/15~9/30 2)2/15~2/28

歯科1)9/159/30 2)2/152/28

IV.   試験地:

6エリアに分かれ、24箇所試験センターにて行います。

 

VI.  ポーランド医師国家試験資料参考機関:

For more information regarding LEP and LDEP please contact:

Centrum Egzaminów Medycznych w Lodzi

ul. Rzgowska 281/289, 93-338 Lód?

tel. +042 272 20 30, +042 272 2034  fax. +042 272 20 31

email: lep@cem.edu.pl  website: www.cem.edu.pl

VII.  備考:ポーランド国家医師、歯科医試験の参考資料:

The State Examination of Medical Doctor (LEP) and The State Examination of Dental Doctor (LDEP) IN ENGLISH

Starting from fall 2008 the State Examination of Medical Doctor (LEP) in English and the State Examination of Dental Doctor (LDEP) are also offered in English.

The State Examination of Medical Doctor (LEP) and the State Examination of Dental Doctor (LDEP) in English  are governed by the same regulations as the LEP and LDEP examinations in Polish - Regulation of Minister of Health of 24 March 2004 (Journal of Laws No. 57, item 553 with amendments; amendment of 07 May 2008).

Medical doctors and dental doctors that graduated from a Polish medical university and wish to take the State Examination of Medical Doctor (LEP) in English or the State Examination of Dental Doctor (LDEP) in a language other than Polish, should submit an application form (available at www.cem.edu.pl/) to the Director of Centrum Egzaminów Medycznych w Lodzi.

The application form should be filled out in Polish (an examinee just needs to choose the language in which she/ he would like to take the examination) and submitted until 31 May or 31 October.

Note: An examinee should be a holder of a valid right to practice the profession of a physician or dentist in Poland.

The State Examination of Medical Doctor (LEP) and the State Examination of Dental Doctor (LDEP) are held twice a year at the same time in 6 centers all over the country:

– LEP between 15 September –30 September, and between 15 February –28 February,

– LDEP between 15 September –30 September, and between 01 February –15 February.

People applying for examination are assigned to a particular place of examination based on the Regional Medical Chamber they belong to, according to the table attached below. In cases when the assigned place for certain reasons does not suit the applicant, this information should be included in the application form:

LEP and LDEP are test examinations organized twice a year. Each consists of 200 multiple choice questions. LEP includes questions on:

  • internal medicine - 39 questions
  • pediatrics (incl. neonatology) - 29 questions
  • surgery - 27 questions
  • family medicine - 20 questions
  • obstetrics and gynaecology - 26 questions
  • emergency medicine, intensive therapy - 20 questions
  • psychiatry - 14 questions
  • bioethics, medical law - 10 questions
  • medical certification - 7 questions
  • public health - 8 questions

There are at least 20 questions on oncology among questions on internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, and family medicine. 

LDEP includes questions on:

  • endodontics & restorative dentistry - 46 questions
  • pedodontology - 35 questions
  • surgical stomatology - 25 questions
  • prosthodontics - 25 questions
  • periodontology - 14 questions
  • orthodontics - 20 questions
  • emergency medicine - 10 questions
  • bioethics, medical law - 10 questions
  • medical certification - 7 questions
  • public health - 8 questions

For more information regarding LEP and LDEP please contact:

Centrum Egzaminów Medycznych wLodzi

ul. Rzgowska 281/289, 93-338 w Lódzi

tel. +042 272 20 30, +042 272 2034  fax. +042 272 20 31

email: lep@cem.edu.pl  website: www.cem.edu.pl

Instructions

This test does not differ in any considerable way from the ones that were carried out during your study at a medical school. The test consists of 200 questions and its result reflects your level of knowledge. We would like to point out that in this test, as was the case with your tests at a medical school, the contrast between different answers is not so sharp and striking as in a black-and-white photograph. The answers may represent various shadows of the truth and you are expected to choose the best option and decline the ones that are partially true or may include some elements of the truth but are not fully appropriate in the context.

Since the conditions and range of the exam are the same for all candidates the exam is objective and comparable. The answer tickets are sealed shut in the presence of the last persons handing in their papers and forwarded to the computing centre.

Before you begin to do the test, you are asked to read the information below and hold on to the following instructions. When in doubt how to handle the test, answer tickets etc., ask the supervisor immediately. Nothing can be done if you complain after the test.

You are given two answer tickets for 100 answers each. Both answer tickets have two parts: upper – the small one and lower – the proper one. Do not put your name anywhere on the answer tickets but make sure that the code number that you have received is placed at the top of them. Irrespective of this code number, there is also your personal code number put in the first four lines of the answer tickets.

The fifth line of each answer ticket has either number 1 – if the answer ticket is scheduled for questions 1 – 100, or number 2 – if the answer ticket is scheduled for questions 101 – 200. The answer tickets are also marked adequately in the headings: the answer ticket 1 and the answer ticket 2, respectively.

The seventh, last line of the upper part of both answer tickets has either number 1 if you are dealing with version 1 of the test, or number 2 if you are dealing with version 2.

Before you begin to do the test, write at the back of the answer tickets in pen or pencil:

The State Examination of Medical [alternatively: Dental] Doctor

Version One/Two

a)

The exam consists in giving answers to the questions in the question booklet. Each question has 5 corresponding answers, and you have to choose only one – the one that is the most appropriate.

b)

The questions are marked in the question booklet as numbers (No 32, No 82 etc.) and answers as letters A, B, C, D, E. You should marked the chosen letter on the answer ticket.

c)

Mark your chosen answers on the answer ticket by shading completely in the appropriate lozenges. Use a soft pencil (B2 or B3, preferably) and check that only one lozenge is shaded on each line. Make sure that your shaded lozenge corresponds to the correct question number. Remember that the accuracy of the electronic reading depends greatly on how well you shade your lozenges. The examples of correct shading are shown below.

d)

We suggest that during the test you should mark the answer with a tiny dot, then after making sure that the answer is right, shade completely in the whole lozenge. If you change your mind, you must rub out your first answer completely since two marks against any question number will automatically be graded wrong.

It is not allowed to destroy, damage (bend, break), scratch or make the tickets in any other way unsuitable for further computer processing.

e)

Choose only one answer against each question number. Choosing more than one answer will be marked wrong.

f)

The whole exam takes 4 hours. If you do not waste your time you can surely make it without rushing.

g)

If you complete your test before the scheduled time, you can hand over all your papers (question booklet including) to the supervisor and leave.

h)

All unacceptable behaviour (talking, cheating etc.) will result in exam failure.

Your question booklet has been marked as VERSION 1. It means that your personal code number should be an odd number. The proper marking is shown below.

[Alternatively: Your question booklet has been marked as VERSION 2. It means that your personal code number should be an even number. The proper marking is shown below.]

 

The headings of the answer tickets for VERSION I of the test:

First ticket (1-100) Second ticket (101-200)

The headings of the answer tickets for VERSION II of the test:

First ticket (1-100) Second ticket (101-200)