Yes, all medical professionals can apply to the DHA exam application as long as they meet all the requirements and qualifications needed for the exam application.
The DHA exam can be processed online, and candidates don’t need to visit Dubai and apply personally to the licensing authority to process their DHA exam application.
Prometric has different test centers internationally. Candidates from various countries worldwide will be able to register, schedule, and sit for the exams in their home countries or the nearest testing site available for examination.
Like other exams, retakes are possible for the DHA exam. But a candidate subject for exam retake must take certain steps to be eligible again to take the examination.
DHA Dataflow report can transfer and reciprocate to other Middle East licensure applications such as HAAD, OMSB, MOPH, MOH, and NHRA dataflow reports and even vice versa. If a candidate already has a Dataflow report issued to the stated exam application above, then it can be processed along with the accounts and proof of documents of the candidate’s Dataflow report.
USRNs and ASCPi with an active license (not expired or lapsed) are eligible for the DHA exam exemption. Once the candidate’s DHA exam exemption and Credentialing application are approved, the candidate’s new employer can them to the DHA for their license issuance.
No, the DHA examinations are only available in English.
Candidates may access their official exam results using the corresponding DHA login details given to them.
No, candidates who hold a Diploma of Masters in Nursing (MAN) are not exempted in the exam and are still required to take and pass the DHA exam.
There are two DHA exam results, either pass or fail only. There will be no examination scores, or exam certificates issued regardless of whether the candidate passed or failed the examination.