QBank for the SMLE

Question Bank for the Saudi Medical Licensing Exam

Features of the QBank for the SMLE

  • 4488 of the very best, classic, simulated Multiple Choice Questions
  • Each multiple choice question covers a different SMLE topic from the subject areas tested
  • Answers and detailed explanations for all multiple choice questions
  • Take tests in timed, un-timed and tutor modes
  • Generate tests by subject category or any combination of categories
  • Unused, incorrect only, or all question selections
  • Choose how many questions you want to take in each block
  • Mark multiple choice questions and write your own notes during the test
  • Review detailed analysis of SMLE tests taken
  • Performance review by subject category
  • Overall cumulative performance
  • Compare your scores with other users
  • Real MCQ interface for true simulation, with normal lab values
  • Revised and expanded with feedback from the most recent exams
  • Continuous updates to the questions and explanations
  • Accessible 24/7 from anywhere
  • Pass the SMLE - guaranteed or get 3 months free!

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Number of Questions [ 4488 ]

List of Topics [ Click HERE ]

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Subjects Covered

  • Anaesthesia/Critical Care
  • Community Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • ENT
  • Ethics and Research
  • Family Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Internal Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
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Subscription Prices

$95

1 - MONTH

$135

2 - MONTHS

$175

3 - MONTHS

$250

6 - MONTHS

$335

9 - MONTHS

$395

12 - MONTHS

You can also extend your existing subscription by 15 days ($55), 1 month ($70), 2 months ($110), 3 months ($150), 6 months ($230), 9 months ($310) or 12 months ($370).

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Subscription prices listed above are all in Canadian dollars (CAD), but will be charged an equivalent amount in U.S. dollars (USD) during checkout.
Your credit card statement will show this charge as ‘CQB Education Inc’.

QBank for the SMLE

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Features of the QBank for the SMLE

Single Click Start

We have optimized all the parameters for you so that you don't have to start over every time. When you login to your QBank, it directly takes you to the create test page with all the popular test parameters preset for you. All you need to do is click the "Create Test" button and your test is launched.

Timed & Tutor Modes

CanadaQBank gives you the opportunity to challenge yourself against other users by taking tests in timed mode. Your results will reveal how well you performed when compared to all users who took tests with a similar combination of questions.

"My Questions" Feature

CanadaQBank has created a feature within each MCQ that allows you to place the selected question in a separate section for future reference and revision. This feature is called "My Questions" and with it you can add a particular MCQ to your selected list of questions that can be reviewed at a later stage.

Notes Section

You can add your own notes inside each MCQ and review them at a later stage. This makes the learning process more interesting and allows you to review your own notes during revisions.

"Questions with Note" Feature

In fact you can take the "notes" feature one step further. Create your notes within the MCQ and then add the MCQ to the "My Questions" section. These questions with notes can be reviewed on a separate section of the user interface. This creates a highly impressive overall customization and greatly enhances your quality of learning.

Difficulty levels

Everybody has to start somewhere. Perhaps you are a medical student starting your preparation early or a well experienced physician who has lost touch with academics. You can now start with the "Easy" level of questions and then gradually work your way up to the "Medium" and "Hard" difficulty levels.

Topics Mode

Learning moods will vary from time to time. Which means that you may need to introduce variety into your learning regimen. So rather than using the typical test mode, you can use the "topics mode" and master one topic at a time. The ultimate goal is to keeping moving forward regardless of your learning style. The topics mode helps you move ahead one small step at a time.

SMLE

The Saudi Medical Licensing Exam (SMLE) is an essential exam that you must write first, or you cannot be licensed to practice as a doctor in the country. It can be written in different countries other than Saudi Arabia. You need an eligibility number given to you by the Saudi Commission for Health if you’ll be writing the exam in Saudi Arabia. However, you don’t need an eligibility number to take the SMLE in other countries.

Writing SMLE

The SMLE is an exam that lasts for around six hours and has 300 MCQs. It is written on a computer, each question has four choices, and you need to pick the accurate answer. About 20 questions from this 300 are not graded; they are called pilot questions. The examination is partitioned into three sections with breaks in between. This means that each part has 100 questions and is allocated 120 minutes. However, you can choose to use your breaks as you deem fit.

At the point of examination, you must submit a valid ID. This could be a passport or a resident ID. Also, if you come more than 30 minutes late to the examination, you will have to forfeit it.

Attempting the SMLE

You can attempt the SMLE four times annually to get a passing score.

If you pass but are not satisfied with your score, you can rewrite it two more times. After this, if you are not still satisfied with the scores from the following year, you can attempt the exam once every year.

Note that a higher SMLE score means better residency. So, do well to get a good score.

Requirements to write these exams

  • You must have a medical degree.
  • You must have a minimum of one year experience as a medical doctor. This experience is counted from after your house job.
  • You must have a certification of registration from Saudi Arabia
  • A detailed rundown of all the courses you passed and the clinical exposure you had.
  • You must have an identity of some sort. This includes a visa, national passport, or an Iqama identity.
  • You must have a letter showing proof of experience in your country.

Scheduling Your Exam

  • The first thing you do is submit all your identification documents to DataFlow Group to verify them. These documents include your certificate, proof of past employment, and transcript. After these documents have been verified, you should get a confirmation sent to your email.
  • The next thing to do is sign up for an account on Mumaris Plus. This step is necessary because it is the general website for all health workers in Saudi Arabia. Here, you will reupload all the verified documents from DataFlow and update your bio. Then pay about 1100 riyals to apply for the eligibility number used to write the exam.
  • At this point, you should get your eligibility number. This number helps you schedule when you want to write the exam on the Prometric website. The amount you pay for the scheduling is $280. After this is done, then you can write your SMLE exam.

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Subscription Prices

$95

1 - MONTH

$135

2 - MONTHS

$175

3 - MONTHS

$250

6 - MONTHS

$335

9 - MONTHS

$395

12 - MONTHS

You can also extend your existing subscription by 15 days ($55), 1 month ($70), 2 months ($110), 3 months ($150), 6 months ($230), 9 months ($310) or 12 months ($370).

Purchase Subscription

Subscription prices listed above are all in Canadian dollars (CAD), but will be charged an equivalent amount in U.S. dollars (USD) during checkout.
Your credit card statement will show this charge as ‘CQB Education Inc’.