Common questions

What is NAC score?

What is NAC score?

Scoring. The National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination uses a series of Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) stations to assess International Medical Graduates’ (IMGs) readiness for entrance into a Canadian residency program. The NAC Examination is a criterion-referenced exam.

What is a good score for the mccqe1?

On this new scale, the pass score that was recommended and approved is 226. This pass score will remain in place until the next standard-setting exercise. Prior to 2018, there was a different blueprint for the MCCQE Part I. The scale ranged from 50 to 950 with a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of 100.

Is NAC OSCE pass or fail?

You are given a final score of fail, pass, or pass with superior performance based on a pre-set cut score approved by the NAC examination committee. The cut score is not published, and you will not get your total score.

How are Osces scored?

The OSCE score usually comprises the following evaluation categories: history taking (30%–40%), physical examination (20%–40%), patient education (0%–10%), physician-patient interaction (20%–40%) and patient note (∼5%).

How do I prepare for NAC OSCE?

How to Prepare for the NAC OSCE

  1. Ensure your medical content is up to date. If you have been active in clinical practice, or have not practiced in a few years, reviewing your medical knowledge is very important.
  2. Practice your Physical Exams efficiently.
  3. Partner Up.
  4. Communication and Organization.

How long does it take to get NAC exam results?

approximately six to eight weeks
Results are available approximately six to eight weeks after the exam date.

What happens if you fail Mccqe?

Limited exam attempts – Retaking the MCCQE Part I You cannot retake the exam if you have a pass result. You may take the MCCQE Part I up to a maximum of four times. As well, a result of “No Standing” does not count as an attempt. A fail result or a “Denied Standing” result are considered attempts.

How long is NAC OSCE exam?

approximately three hours
The examination includes registration of candidates, for a total time of approximately four hours. Of the total time, the OSCE is approximately three hours in length.

How long is NAC valid?

Limited exam attempts – Retaking the NAC Examination You can take the NAC Examination a maximum of three times overall, regardless of whether you passed or failed your previous attempt. Only your most recent result on the examination remains valid indefinitely and does not expire.

How is the total score calculated for NAC?

The total score is calculated using both the responses to individual items and their associated level of difficulty. In general, more credit is awarded to more difficult items. Your total NAC Examination score will be reported on a new reporting scale (to be established).

What’s the difference between a pass and fail on NAC?

Your final NAC Examination result (e.g., pass, fail) is based solely on where your total score falls in relation to the pass score. A total score equal to or greater than the pass score is a pass and a total score less than the pass score is a fail.

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What does the NAC stand for in medical school?

The NAC stands for the National Assessment Collaboration examination. It is a 1-day examination for international medical graduates (IMGs) and DO school graduates from the US applying to Canadian residency programs.