Description: The NAC Examination is a one-day exam that assesses your readiness to enter a Canadian residency program. It is a national, standardized examination that tests the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for entrance into postgraduate training in Canada.
It is an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) that includes a series of stations where you are presented with typical clinical scenarios. It includes problems in:
You are rated by physician examiners on up to nine different competencies per station. These competencies include:
- History taking
- Physical examination
- Organizational skills
- Communication skills
- Language fluency
- Data interpretation
- Therapeutics and management
Schedule: This course runs 4 weeks, 4 classes per week (usually 3 weekdays and one day on the weekend for 3 hours). Classes run between 4 hours with breaks included. For more detailed information about our next set of classes, please contact us at 905-232-2022 or email@example.com
Instructors: Your instructors will vary between subjects. All of whom, are M.D.’s who have qualified the Licensing Exams being taught.
For more detailed information about our next set of classes, please contact us at 905-232-2022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For most current and accurate information about NAC Exam please visit their official site: http://mcc.ca/examinations/nac-overview/
“This has been a very valuable course. It was more interactive and gave us enough chances of practicing on each other. The Instructors were very good and supportive. Highly recommended.”
Dr.Saba Suhail (August, 2018)
“Great Experience. Teachers were really good. Material they taught was too useful for exam.”
Dr. M Nasar (August, 2018)
“This crash course was great. The Instructors were very organized and kept the classes interactive. They were really friendly and the classes were relatable to the exam. Clinical vignettes were provided and a lot of practice opportunities were created. The mock exam was very comprehensive. I would greatly recommend this class. Thank you FECC.”
Dr. Ahmed Abdellatif (August, 2018)