New MCCQE Part I Preparatory Examination launching in winter 2019

In early 2019, we’ll be launching our full-length MCCQE Part I Preparatory Examination, which is intended to replicate the exam experience. The Preparatory Examination will provide question-level feedback, including what the correct answers are and why.

In early 2019, we’ll be launching our full-length MCCQE Part I Preparatory Examination, which is intended to replicate the exam experience. The Preparatory Examination will provide question-level feedback, including what the correct answers are and why.

As you may already know, we launched a new Clinical Decision-Making (CDM) Practice test within our Practice Test Portal in September 2018. This followed the launch of the Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) Practice test in January 2018.

These new practice tests help you gain an understanding of the MCCQE Part I content areas and get a sense of how the exam is structured. You’ll also discover the testing platform features, such as flagging a question and highlighting options.

Did you know?

Practice test content, including content for the Preparatory Examination, is created by physicians and experts who have experience with the Medical Council of Canada’s content development process.

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about our Practice tests (including the Preparatory Examination) and the Practice Test Portal.

Practice test results

Your results are presented in a grid format, according to the new MCCQE Part I Blueprint. While the correct answers to individual questions will not be provided on the MCQ and CDM Practice tests, this feature will be available in the soon-to-be-released, full-length Preparatory Exam, coming in early 2019.

Instructions on how to interpret your results are provided when completing a practice test.

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