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  • #13732

    Tisha Raj
    Participant

    Here are notes about this part of the application.

    Use ONE of the three options on your checklist. Your NAC results and account history on Physicians Apply must reflect all current activities needed for your application.

    Proof of NAC Exam participation, using one of the following three options:

    1. Shared access to NAC Exam Statement of Results showing a pass standing through physiciansapply.ca by June 4, 2021.
    2. OR
    3. Upload proof of registration for the NAC Exam. A copy of your PDF payment transaction record from “Account History” on your physiciansapply.ca account showing payment for the Fall 2021 session by (date TBD, please click here to check back for update to this deadline) . Will Share access to NAC Exam Statement of Results showing a pass standing through physiciansapply.ca by November 25, 2021.
    4. OR
    5. RE-TAKING NAC (must complete both 1 and 2). Will Share access to NAC Exam Statement of Results showing a pass standing through physiciansapply.ca by November 25, 2021.
    #14079

    Tisha Raj
    Participant

    We have received a newsletter from MCC, “Beginning August 30, 2021, the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) will offer a virtual delivery of the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination. The MCC plans to offer the exam over 12 days, from August 30 to September 21, 2021. Application for this session can be completed through your physiciansapply.ca account and will open on May 26, 2021 at 10 a.m., Eastern Time (ET), and close on June 11, 2021 at 11:59 p.m., ET.

    #14078

    Sara Rathore
    Participant

    Hello. I had a question regarding NAC osce. Since the mcc hasn’t opened regstration for NAC osce yet, do we need to apply for administratve exception to make them aware of the fact that we are still awaiting registration for NAC sept 2021, or just wait for mcc to open registration? Since I thought mcc would be opening registration by the end of the month, I didn’t mention that I would need administrative exceptions while submitting the application form. I hadn’t applied for march 2021 either.

    #14081

    Tisha Raj
    Participant

    Hello Sara, You are to wait for MCC to open registration and upload your proof of registration. We have been informed that registration for NAC will be open tomorrow (Wednesday, May 26)
    Thank you!

    #14220

    Tisha Raj
    Participant

    *ANNOUNCEMENT* (May 26, 2021)

    We are aware that those who registered for the September session for NAC won’t be getting their results until early January 2020. But AIMGP has requested that your scores need to be uploaded by November 25, 2021.

    Your NAC scores will be made available on time for your 21/22 CaRMS application.

    Meanwhile, please be patient and wait for an anticipated announcement from AIMGP to reflect the delay in scores. They should be announcing a new
    date on their website of when you will be able to upload your NAC scores sometime in the next week or so.

    Thank you!

    #14329

    Tisha Raj
    Participant

    *ANNOUNCEMENT* (May 28, 2021)

    From MCC:

    Your March 2021 NAC Examination application will automatically be transferred to the September 2021 NAC Examination session. If you no longer wish to take the NAC exam, you may withdraw your application in your physiciansapply.ca account and receive a full refund of examination fees if you do so by July 25, 2021.

    If you wish to withdraw after July 25, 2021, you will need to contact our service desk. A $750 withdrawal fee will apply.

    The MCC will be reporting a total score and subscores. Exam results will be available in early January 2022 to meet the CaRMS R-1 Main.

    #14421

    Tisha Raj
    Participant

    *ANNOUNCEMENT* (June 2)

    From AIMGP

    Supporting Documentation If Applicant Does Not Currently Have A PASS Standing For The NAC Exam
    *Updated May 31, 2021
    Applicants who do not have a PASS standing for the NAC Exam must register through physiciansapply.ca. Once registered, the applicant will be issued a payment transaction receipt in PDF format in their “Account History”.

    This receipt is proof of registration for the September 2021 NAC Exam. Applicants must print a copy and include it in their supporting documents upload by June 16, 2021.*
    Applicants must share access with the AIMG Program to the NAC Exam Statement of Results showing a PASS standing through physiciansapply.ca by early January 2022 (exact date TBC).*
    Applicants must have a PASS standing for the NAC Exam when the AIMG Program submits the final eligibility list to CaRMS. Documents must remain shared until CaRMS Match Day.

    See the 2022 Cycle Applicant Checklist


    Supporting Documentation If Applicant Is Re-Taking The NAC Exam In September 2021

    *Updated May 31, 2021
    Applicants who have a PASS standing AND plan to re-take the NAC Exam must share the following document with the AIMG Program through physiciansapply.ca by the online application closing date of May 31, 2021 or the application will be deemed incomplete.

    current NAC Exam Statement of Results showing a PASS standing
    In addition, the applicant must register to re-take the NAC Exam through physiciansapply.ca. Once registered, the applicant will be issued a payment transaction receipt in PDF format in their “Account History”.

    This receipt is proof of registration for the September 2021 NAC Exam. Applicants must print a copy and include it in their supporting documents upload by June 16, 2021. *
    Applicants must share access with the AIMG Program to the NAC Exam Statement of Results showing a PASS standing through physiciansapply.ca by early January 2022 (exact date TBC).* .
    Applicants must have a PASS standing for the NAC Exam when the AIMG Program submits the final eligibility list to CaRMS. Documents must remain shared until CaRMS Match Day.

    See the 2022 Cycle Applicant Checklist

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