International medical graduates are required to show evidence of proficiency in the English Language if their basic medical degree is obtained from a medical school where the medium of instruction is not English.
Test results obtained from the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or Occupational English Test (OET), within the minimum score accepted by the Singapore Medical Council can be considered, subject to a 2-year validity period based on the date of the test.
a. IELTS - at least 7 for ALL components (Listening, Reading, Writing AND Speaking)
b. TOEFL - at least 250 marks for computer based test or 600 marks for paper-based test or 100 marks for internet-based test
c. OET - at least Grade B