After two successful tests, the Medical Council of Canada gives the candidate the title of the Medical Council of Canada Licensee and registered in the register of the Council. FMEQ partnered with the CanadaQBank to offer to all its members free access to this extensive question bank that lists more than 4, issues multiple choice, clinical cases, with answers and explanations. To access it, click here! It also represents the final examination of pre-doctoral medical studies for Quebec medical schools. After two successful tests, the Medical Council of Canada gives the candidate the title of the Medical Council of Canada Licensee and register him in the Council.
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For those who have already done the exam, do you find that the online objectives overview is representative of the exam? The LMCC objectives are very comprehensive. They pretty much cover every single aspect of your clinical years. They are pretty representative. As you do better on the exam, the questions get harder. The problem is the objectives are comprehensive to the point of being almost useless. Its been said here before, but really to study you need to go hard on OB, psych, peds and community health; maybe go over gen surg if you have more time.
Where does it say that? Now we have one single block, the exam isn't divided in blocks anymore where it adapted the difficulty level of the questions according with the candidate's performance. The maximum time allotted for this component is four hours. You can flag questions, and return to those questions at any point during the MCQ portion of the exam.
All of the questions are presented in a single block. You may navigate freely between all of the MCQs. Did they explicitly say that? I mean it could be an exam with multiple pages and as you go on to the next page, the level of difficulty adjusts. Yes, we were specifically told that it doesn't adjust anymore when someone asked precisely about that. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Paste as plain text instead. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. Recommended Posts. Report post. Posted January 24, Hello, For those who have already done the exam, do you find that the online objectives overview is representative of the exam? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
Posted January 25, Ahh thats unfortunate that the objectives are so broad.. Posted January 26, Posted January 28, Wow can't believe they finally decided to change that. Amazing, good news for us! Posted February 8, Anyone know if the sections are still weighted equally as they were in the past? Join the conversation You can post now and register later. Reply to this topic Go To Topic Listing. Sign In Sign Up.
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For those who have already done the exam, do you find that the online objectives overview is representative of the exam? The LMCC objectives are very comprehensive. They pretty much cover every single aspect of your clinical years. They are pretty representative.
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It may also be used by medical assessment organizations, medical educators and candidates preparing for an exam. The Objectives are the foundation for examination development. Each exam also has its own blueprint and test specifications weightings for each category. More information on each examination blueprint can be found at:. This framework is used extensively in Canada and recognized worldwide. The role definitions have been modified to meet the expectations and purposes of the MCC examinations for licensure.