European Diploma in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care

Part I Examination (MCQ)


Part I Examination Results

The anonymous overall results of the EDAIC Part I Examination 2019 are now available.

Detailed results are scheduled to be e-mailed to all participating candidates mid-November.

A complaint will only be deemed valid for consideration when based on procedural irregularities in the conduct of the examination. Requests based on near-fail results will not be considered as the results are final and cannot be altered. The Complaint Application Form must be completed and returned to ESA, together with the appropriate fee (the paid registration fee) at the latest 30 days from the time their detailed results are e-mailed to the candidates. Requests based on the overall results posted on the ESA website will be rejected.

The Part II registrations will open in December. All candidates who were successful at this year’s Part I examination will automatically receive a notification by e-mail as soon as the Part II registrations open.



Online registrations for the next EDAIC Part I and ITA will open March 2020. Please check back for the registration deadline.

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The Part I examination is held annually in September or early October simultaneously in several centres. The examination may be taken in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Portuguese, Turkish or Romanian. English language is always provided on top of the selected language so that candidates can refer to the original version if they so wish.

The Part I examination comprises two multiple choice question (MCQ) papers, one covering basic science and the other clinical anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. 

The marking system of the Part I examination and ITA does not use negative marks. Candidates are required to answer all questions in both Paper A and Paper B. They are awarded a mark for each correct answer. There is no penalty for an incorrect answer or any left blank. It is therefore in the interest of candidates to ensure they answer all questions. 

More information can be found in the documents below

Please click on the following links to have a look at the Examination Fees or the examination Dates/Centres/Application Deadlines.

Detailed Information by Language

Part I Regulations


English French
Italian Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
German
Spanish
Russian

Hungarian

Turkish


MCQ Instructions  
for paper examination
English
French
Italian
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
German
Spanish
Russian
Hungarian
Turkish

Part I complaint regulations
English
         

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