The MCCQE Part I is a national, standardized examination which assesses the critical medical knowledge and clinical decision-making ability of a candidate at a level expected of a medical school graduate.
It is a mandatory exam for ALL medical graduates entering residency in Canada.
The NAC Examination is a national, standardized examination that tests the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for entrance into residency training in Canada. It is a mandatory exam for all International Medical Graduate applicants.
The CFPC Exam is a 3-part exam designed to assess the essential skills and observable competencies that are expected from residents at the end of their Family Medicine residency training. Passing this exam is required in order to practice as a Family Physician in Canada.
The USMLE Step 1 exam assesses whether candidates understand and can apply basic science concepts to the practice of medicine. It is often required in order to participate in clinical electives in the US and is mandatory for anyone applying to residency in the US.
The USMLE Step 2CK exam assesses a candidate's ability to apply medical knowledge, skills, and understanding of clinical science essential for the provision of patient care under supervision. It is mandatory for anyone applying to residency in the US.
The MCAT assesses problem solving, critical thinking, and knowledge of natural, behavioral, and social science concepts and principles. It is required in order to apply to most North-American medical schools.
Aside from helping you deepen your understanding of high-yield concepts and building your library of mnemonics, we will ensure you learn how to learn!
RC's Story: After 4 consult sessions, over a span of 21 days, RC's NBME scores went from 450 to 720! This correlates to an improvement of a USMLE Step 1 score from 200 (20th percentile) to 260 (99th percentile)!
She scored a 252 on her official USMLE Step 1 exam, and eventually, matched to General Surgery in New Jersey!