MCC - QE I -  Self Administered Examination  
MCC - Self Administered Examination
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Participants who have paid for a Self-Administered examination will have received a "User Name" and "Password" via e-mail. Enter that information here to start or complete your exam:
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PLEASE NOTE

As of Nov. 8, 2017, the Self-Administered Qualifying Examination Part I (SAE-QEI) will no longer be available. Any incomplete SAE-QEIs will be removed from the system and no longer accessible. Please note that the Self-Administered Evaluating Examination (SAE-EE) is still available for candidates preparing for the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE).
 
The Medical Council of Canada is happy to announce that it will be launching new MCCQE Part I practice tests within its Practice Test Portal in 2018. The Multiple-Choice Questions Practice Test will be launching in January 2018 and the Clinical Decision Making Practice Test in fall 2018. These practice tests will be an opportunity for candidates to test their level of preparedness for the new MCCQE Part I. For more information on these new resources, please visit www.mccevolution.ca and subscribe to our Assessment Evolution e-bulletin.

What is the Self Administered Examination?
The Self-Administered Evaluating Examination (SAEE) is a multiple-choice question practice examination. It is provided solely as a sample of the type and style of multiple-choice questions that may be found in the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE) and is intended to be a study aid to help participants prepare themselves for the MCCEE. For additional information click this link


Examination Information
The SAEE is offered over the Internet and is available wherever the Internet is accessible. The SAEE consists of 96 questions from six medical disciplines – Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Population Health and Ethical Considerations, Psychiatry and Surgery. Participants will be given four hours over a 7 day period to complete these 96 questions. For additional information click this link


Frequently Asked Questions
A list of frequently asked questions and their answers has been complied for your review. To review them follow this link

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