The EDiR day 2 exam was part of the European Diploma in Radiology. It was held on the second day of a two-day exam and was divided into two parts. Only candidates that passed day 1 were eligible for the day 2 examination. The examination was oral, and there was one examiner per candidate (30 minutes).
In 2016, the oral part of the EDiR was replaced by the computer-based CORE (Clinically Oriented Reasoning Examination) exam, which features 10 "practical-oriented" cases (duration 90 minutes). The change in exam structure resulted in the whole exam being held on one day, instead of the previous two.
- http://myebr.org/edir/examstruc [accessed on 26th October 2017].
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