Situational Judgement Test / FM-ProC Workshop
Date / Time
December 10, 2022
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm MST
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Who is the SJT/FM-ProC test for?
All applicants (CMG and IMGs) to our Family Medicine Program, in the 1st round of the CaRMS cycle, are required to sit a new 60-minute online Situational Judgement Test (SJT), called “FM-ProC” (Family Medicine Professional Choices).
13 FM Residency Programs require the FMProC for the 1st round of the upcoming CaRMS cycle, but you only need to register, pay for, and sit the test, once. The Programs using FMProC are the Universities of Calgary, Alberta, Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan as well as the Northern Ontario School of Medicine and Queens, Dalhousie, McMaster, and Western Universities & the Memorial University of Newfoundland
What does it assess?
This assessment is to better assess 4 selected attributes in applicants that are critically important to being a Family Physician: Professional Integrity, Adaptability, Team-Working Skills and Empathy/Compassion.
Test registration details for 2023 CaRMS applicants
Registration to sit this test opened on October 3rd and closed on November 24th, 2022. You will be able to access and complete the test between December 1st and December 15th, 2022. You will be able to access and complete the test between Thursday December 1st, 8am EST and Thursday December 15th, 8am EST. Please note this is also a hard deadline. NO requests to sit the test after this deadline will be considered.
The cost will be $42(Canadian) which is exactly what it costs us to make this test available for you. Payment will be required at the time of your registration.
What to expect from the workshop
This workshop will be facilitated by our Executive Director, Deidre Lake. The workshop will act as a guide on what to expect from question types and provide strategies for responding to different question types for successful completion. Practice questions will be reviewed and discussed. The workshop provided will deconstruct the skill sets and approaches that would make for a successful judgement test candidate.
If seats are filled, our program administrators can be contacted to add additional seats. If any support needed, please contact our program administrator in the Calgary office.
AIMGA Calgary Office:
- Phone 403-520-7730
- Hours: 8:30-4:30 Monday to Friday
Currently 225 of 250 spaces have been booked for this program.
Please click here to sign up!
Online bookings are not currently available.