National Assessment Collaboration (NAC)
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What is NAC Exam?
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.
NAC OSCE Exam is an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) that includes a series of stations where you are presented with typical clinical scenarios, Standardized Patients (SPs) as well as an examiner who marks your performance during an 11 minute time period. You are expected to demonstrate clinical skills in keeping with the standards of care offered here in Canada.
NAC OSCE Courses Options:
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- History taking strategies
- Physical examination verbalization
- Case presentations
- Hospital admission notes
- Case discussions based on differential diagnosis
- Post-encounter questions preparation
- Practice Assessments throughout the course
- Hand out materials
The NAC OSCE Exam Preparation Course review is live 10 – 12 sessions. These sessions are held in Greater Toronto Area (GTA)*. Each session is designed to cover different scenarios based on specialties. All candidates are taught basic bedside manners and how to interact with patients in real-life scenarios in keeping with the Principles of Ethics and confidentiality which are the hallmarks of Canadian Medical Practice. Our focused strategies help candidates hone their medical skills in light of Canadian Practices.
*NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak physical classes are postponed till further notice. Meanwhile, we are only conducting virtual/online classes. For more information CONTACT US!
The NAC OSCE Examination is a one-day exam that tests the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for entrance into postgraduate training in Canada. It consists of a series of stations where you are presented with typical clinical scenarios where all candidates rotate through the same series of stations. Each station is 11 minutes long with two minutes between stations. At each station has a brief written statement having a clinical problem and outline of your tasks. Each station has at least one Standardized Participant (SP) and a Physician Examiner (PE). Typical clinical scenarios. include problems in:
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Preventive Medicine and Public Health