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DHA, HAAD and MOH Examinations:
The licensing exams are necessary for all healthcare professionals who want to practice in the UAE.
An organization called Prometric arranges this exam inside as well as outside of the UAE. Passing this exam is one of the requirements for license to work in the United Arab Emirates. Prometric are available in over 120 countries.
Healthcare Professionals are required to pass DHA assessment in order to obtain the professional license and practice their profession in the Emirate of Dubai. Depending on the healthcare professional's category The DHA assessment can be either:
- Computer Based Testing (CBT) or
- Oral assessment
While applying for the DHA assessment, applicant need to consider the following:
All DHA assessment will be conducted in English language and no translator is allowed to attend the oral assessment.
Exam fees are non-refundable; this includes re-scheduling, cancellation and/or not attends.
The applicant will be notified of the result (PASS or FAIL) and no further details (such as scores) will be provided.
Upon successfully passing the DHA assessment, the eligibility letter will be issued and considered valid for one year from the date of result.
Applicant with "fail" result needs to apply again to re-attend the DHA assessment, no time restriction between assessment dates.
In case of assessment exemption, the scope of exemption is limited to assessment requirement and does not apply to any other requirements for licensure.
Healthcare Professionals are required to pass HAAD assessment in order to obtain the professional license and practice their profession in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Depending on the healthcare professional's category The HAAD assessment can be either:
- Computer Based Testing (CBT) (Pearson) or
- Oral assessment
The same rules apply for HAAD as DHA.
There are approximately 13 International Pearson Test Centres where the HAAD examination can be conducted for GP's and Allied Health
All Specialists and Consultants need to conduct their written and Oral examinations in Abu Dhabi.
The Examination Questions given are common questions that were collected from previously printed handouts & actual questions from past candidates. They also have answers in detail and some relevant information. They are not solely to be relied upon in passing the examination.
All DHA Prometric exams will be conducted in English language, the exam consist of 70 questions most of them are standards multiple-choice with one best answer.
The timing permitted to complete the exam question is 2 hours.
Exam result will be based on total number of correct answers, examinee shall score 60% to be considered as PASS
Due to local legislation, Prometric exams are unavailable in the following countries: Canada, France, Greece, Ireland and South Africa.
As the exams are often repeated, going through these questions will be beneficial
Good luck everyone on your exams and career!!!