EBNR / European Diplomas / European Diploma in Interventional Neuroradiology / 3. Examination Structure
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1. English is the official language of all parts of the examination.

2. Before the examination:

-Candidates are required to come to the EBNR Registration Desk 30 minutes before the scheduled written examination.

-Candidates are requested to bring and present a photo ID document confirming his/her identity.

3. Examination:

3.1 Course written examination

The written examination is administered at the end of each module of the ECINR. The examination reflects the content of that particular module and may also include questions on anatomy, techniques, and general concepts of endovascular interventional neuroradiology. The examination consists of multiple-choice questions; each question consists of a single stem with five options of which there is only one correct answer. One point is awarded for each correct answer; there is no negative marking for incorrect answers.

Unsuccessful candidates will have the opportunity to re-sit for the examination. To enjoy this opportunity, a specific request must be submitted in writing to the EBNR Central Office.

3.3 Final Oral Examination

The oral examination will be conducted by certified EBNR examiners.

3.4 Results

At the end of the oral examinations, the EBNR Examination Committee will meet to discuss the results. Any extenuating circumstances must be brought to the attention of the EBNR and the EBNR Examination Committee in writing prior to this meeting. Any such extenuating circumstances raised after the meeting of the EBNR Examination Committee cannot be taken into consideration.

The results of the European Diploma in Interventional Neuroradiology (EDiINR) will be made available during the ESNR Annual Scientific Meeting and Diplomas will be officially delivered during the Diploma Ceremony. If a successful candidate cannot stay for the Diploma Ceremony during the Annual Scientific Meeting of the ESNR, the diploma will be sent individually.