NAC-OSCE :The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) is an act test that assesses a candidate’s clinical ability while participating in a series of standardized patient encounters.
Throughout the OSCE assessment, candidates complete a sequences of clinical encounter stations where they interact with a standardized patient. At the beginning of each station, they receive a brief written report that explains the presenting clinical scenarios and the roles of a candidate. Candidates should accomplish each presenting case as they would in a real-life practice situation.
It is a one-day exam that evaluates the knowledge, clinical skills, and attitudes essential for entrance into postgraduate training in Canada. It includes problems in:
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Preventive Medicine and Public Health
MCCQE2:Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part II is a two-day clinical exam that assesses competence, knowledge, skills and attitudes essential for entry into independent clinical practice.
Candidate must take and pass the MCCQE Part II to obtain the Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC). Canadian medical regulatory authorities may require you to have the LMCC to apply for a medical licence within their province or territory.
Candidate need to pass the MCCQE Part I before you can apply to the MCCQE Part II.
The exam, based on the Blueprint, evaluates your performance across two wide-ranging categories:
- Dimensions of care, covering the spectrum of medical care
- Physician activities, reflecting a physician’s scope of practice and behaviours