Online NAC OSCE preparation course is offered via Zoom, allowing our students to stay connected regardless of whether they are in Mississauga, Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa or any part of Canada.

Prospective students of NAC OSCE Preparation course are invited to attend 2 classes free of charge!

NAC OSCE is required for all International Medical Graduates (IMGs) before they can apply for residency in Canada. NAC OSCE tests IMG’s skills in 10-12 mock exams in a single day using standardized patient (SP) who present conditions requiring a diagnosis. NAC OSCE is usually held twice every year in March and September. However, the March 2021 NAC OSCE exam was cancelled due to Covid-19.

NAC OSCE
Preparation Course

We create an environment that is as close to the real NAC OSCE exam setting as possible including experienced, high-scoring SPs, examination tables, necessary tools, x-ray images, instructor evaluations and more. We work with you to enhance your skills in multiple areas such as communication, organization, history taking, data interpretation, language fluency, physical examinations, investigations, diagnosis and treatment plan and management. 

We also focus on body language, physician approach, effective communication with patients, physical examinations, timing and sequencing of history. We assist to prepare scripts and practice high yield clinical scenarios for the NAC OSCE Exam. We also hold focused strategy sessions and frequent mock examination sessions in small groups (6-8 physicians per group).

JOIN AT ANY TIME

CHOOSE YOUR OWN PACE

ATTEND TWO
 CLASSES

$1999

FREE OF CHARGE

 CLASSES ARE OFFERED YEAR ROUND

FOR THE ENTIRE COURSE

NAC OSCE Preparation
 Course

 Lecture Highlights

Highly interactive, patient-focused learning environment - whether you attend online or in-person
Cutting-edge software and technology including studio mics to ensure voice clarity during lectures
All materials are in accordance with the most up-to-date Canadian guidelines
Practical hands-on experience through a Standardized Patient (SP) class component
Mock exam sessions and post-encounter questions preparation

10 weeks with 4 classes per week (each class is 3 hours),
OR
16 weeks with 2 classes per week (each class is 3 hours)

 Course Structure


Pre-requisites

No prior study is required. We will help you understand, retain, and practically apply your knowledge so that you are prepared for the exam.

Options

All coursework is taught by practicing physicians & residents

Tutorials + Mock Test (Group) 
$1999