Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination
MCCEE exam assesses candidates’ basic medical knowledge in following disciplines of medicine:
- Adult Health
- Child Health
- Maternal Health
- Mental Health
- Population Health
- General Practice
Basically it is designed to evaluate the skills and knowledge required to enter the first year of supervised post-graduate training. It is a four hour computer-based exam consisting of 180 MCQs, having 5 possible choices of which there is only one correct answer.
What We Do:
We prepare you for your MCCEE with the use of interactive media, engaging lectures, and a patient-centred, collaborative approach. We cover Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Psychiatry, Surgery, Population Health, Ethics, and Preventive Medicine. We focus on basic Physiopathology and management of the diseases with patient-centred scenario questions, test taking strategies and periodic mock exam sessions. We have small groups for individualised attention.
This course runs for 10 weeks with 4 classes per week. Classes run for 3 hours.
This course runs for 16 weeks with 2 classes per week. Classes run for 3 hours.
No prior study is required. We will make you able to understand, retain, and practically apply your knowledge in exams through interactive lectures and collaborative discussions.