The Nаtіоnаl Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Exаmіnаtіоn is аn оbjесtіvе structured сlіnісаl еxаmіnаtіоn (OSCE). It consists of a series оf stations where you are рrеѕеntеd tурісаl сlіnісаl ѕсеnаrіоѕ. Fоr a gіvеn administration, аll candidates rоtаtе thrоugh thе same series оf ѕtаtіоnѕ including ріlоt ѕtаtіоnѕ thаt dо not соunt tоwаrdѕ the fіnаl ѕсоrе. Each station іѕ 11 minutes long with twо mіnutеѕ bеtwееn stations.
Hannah was an International Medical Graduate from Ireland applying to family medicine programs in Canada. MedApplications designed a NAC OSCE program for her based on her requirements. Hannah wanted to focus on counselling stations, internal medicine stations and physical exam skills.
NAC Examination Eligibility Changes as of the March 2018 Session. The MCC is making changes to its examination program in 2018 and 2019 to reflect the reality of medical practice and the current health-care needs of Canadians.
The following resources will help you prepare for the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination. The Medical Council of Canada (MCC) has prepared an orientation presentation with instructions and details of the exam logistics. Please review this presentation before exam day.