Allow Candidates to retake the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE)
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The MCCEE is a four-hour computer-based exam that assesses your basic medical knowledge and readiness to enter your first year of supervised postgraduate training in Canada. Students must take the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE) if they want to practise medicine in Canada and have graduated or are within 20 months of graduation.
The MCCEE was founded before the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination. In June 2017, the Medical Council of Canada announced that Candidates are allowed to retake the NAC Examination up to three times, regardless of whether they passed or failed previous attempts. This would allow candidates to improve their score even if they have already passed.
The new rule is unfair and discriminates against all candidates who have taken the MCCEE and would like to improve their score. Therefore, we urge that the Medical Council of Canada to review their rules and allow candidates to retake the MCCEE in the same way they are allowing them to retake the NAC OSCE.
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