Medical Council of Canada
Qualifying Exam II (LMCC MCCQE part II)
The Canadian Medical Council
LMCC MCCQE part II Objective Structured Clinical Exam has 16
stations of two types. Eight 10 minute long station with two minute
period before each for instructions, and eight couplet stations of 5
minutes stations with one minute period before each for instructions
followed by a 5 minute Post Encounter Probe (PEP) written questions.
There is one twenty minutes break in between both types. The
LMCC MCCQE part II testing session is approximately seven hours.
A pilot station may be included
in each type of the
LMCC MCCQE part II OSCE stations (i.e two
pilots) for evaluation for future use. It wont be included in your score
and you wont know which one is it.
Some of the 10 minutes long
LMCC MCCQE part II stations
require more than one task to be completed, e.g. history taking and
physical examination. In some cases, the clinical
encounter ends at 9th minute and is followed by a one minute oral
The Physician Examiner will ask one to three specified questions
related to the patient problem.
In the Medical Council of
Canada LMCC MCCQE part II OSCE Exam you will be assessed to the
same clinical skills and communications skills which are evaluated in
other clinical assessment exams. There is more emphasis on the patients
write ups, differential diagnosis, management plans, and interpretation
of labs and medical imaging in the couplet stations.
Clinical Skills Assessment exams
done in several Canadian provinces for international medical graduate,
like CSAT, CAPP, resembles
LMCC MCCQE 2 Exams and need the same preparation.
For more and up to date
information about the Medical Council of Canada LMCC MCCQE part II,
please visit the Medical Council of Canada website.
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