What is MCCQE1?
The MCCQE Part I is a one-day, computer-based test. Starting in 2018, you are allowed up to four hours in the morning session to complete 210 Multiple-Choice Questions. You are allowed up to 3.5 hours in the afternoon session for the Clinical Decision-Making (CDM) component, which consists of 38 cases with short-menu and short-answer write-in questions.
TUTOR IMG Live Online Extended Preparation Course for MCCQE1:
The MCCQE1 Exam Preparation Course is an online 13 weeks extensive course, designed to cover entire Toronto Notes along with MCQs discussion for better understanding of the topics. With an easy to follow audio-visual PowerPoint presentations, we help you stay focused; our discussed exam strategy helps you develop the perfect skill set which guarantees a score above the 85th percentile. We deliver Online Live Lectures which you can access from anywhere in the world. Use of the renowned “Go to Webinar” software ensure excellent connectivity and voice clarity during lectures.
This course also covers the CDM Part of QE1 Exam which includes almost 75 high yield exam oriented cases with full explanations. Our methodology is providing in-depth detail of what to expect in an exam setting.
There will be regular assessment exams after 3 weeks to keep monitoring the performance of candidates. The course also comes with a full self-assessment exam of 210 questions and 30 CDMs. This course is looped and run throughout the year. It will take you approximately 13 weeks from the day you join in the course.
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As of 2018 and 2019, there will be changes to the examination program, impacting all of our examinations, including the NAC Examination. For more information on these changes, please visit mccevolution.ca.