A qualifying examination for the purposes of the registration provisions as a medical practitioner1 is an examination held for the purpose of granting one or more primary United Kingdom qualifications by any one of the bodies or combination of bodies in the United Kingdom which are included in a list maintained by the General Medical Council2 of the bodies and combinations of bodies entitled to hold such examinations3. The General Medical Council must publish the list in such manner as it sees fit4. The Council may from time to time amend the list which must only include bodies or
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