ACJ (assessment of clinical judgement) is the second of 3 NDEB equivalency examinations. This exam consists of 120-150 clinical based questions, including patients’ charts, X-rays, photographs and …
There are 2 types of questions seen in ACJ. Some ask for only ONE correct answer while the rest ask for ONE OR MORE correct options.
For the latter some of the wrong options have negative point which clear all the right answers and that’s what makes this exam a bit trickier than the other two.
ACJ exam is conducted twice a year every May and November and can be taken for a maximum of three times.