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Dubai Health Authority Frequently Asked Questions
What Are the Requirements for DHA Exam?
To apply for the DHA exam, you will need to submit the following documents:
● Academic certifications.
● A copy of passport.
● Passport-sized photo.
● Experience certificates.
● Practice registration or license.
● GSC (Good Standing Certificate).
How Long Does It Take to Obtain DHA License?
It takes between 2 and 4 months to include a period of DHA Exam Preparation. Theoretically, the process can be completed in two months from the initial application. However, it may take up to 12 months. But on average, DHA candidates get their license within 6 months of application.
The first step is to fill in an online application, pay the requested fees and submit it. You will have to wait for DHA review. A notification of a copy of your GSC letter will be sent to you.
The passing score for DHA exam is 60%. Candidates have three attempts, after which one will be barred from reapplying for DHA license unless there is evidence of further training or upgrading of relevant qualification. DHA exam results are based on the number of correct answers a candidate answers out of the total number of questions. 60% is a PASS.
Firstly, know the duration of your Prometric DHA Exam. You have to prepare for both the computer and oral-based exams if you are going to apply for specialist. Computer Based Assessment exam for General Practitioners and General Dentists only. Make sure you have covered everything on the DHA syllabus that may be tested in the exam. Last but not least, know the pattern of the exam.