Sure Success is dedicated to preparing International Medical Graduates (IMGs) for the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) and the United States Medical Licensing Exams (USMLE). We prepare students all over the world for their examinations in a collaborative, patient-centric environment through engaging lectures and interactive media.
Classes are offered both in-class and online, allowing our students to stay connected whether they are in Canada, the US, Europe, the UK or the UAE. All of our courses are taught by licensed physicians who are eager to share their real-world experiences in their classroom. We assist to prepare script and practice high yield clinical scenarios through small practical group sessions with a Standardized Patient (SP).
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The MCCQE-1 covers a variety of topics including internal medicine, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, psychiatry, surgery, population health, ethics, preventive medicine, basic physiopathology and management of the diseases
The NAC-OSCE exam assesses the capabilities of an IMG for entrance into a Canadian residency program. It is a national, standardized examination that tests the candidate’s attitudes, communication skills, and clinical knowledge and skills, assessing their readiness to enter into a residency program and pursue their postgraduate training in Canada.
The MCCQE-2 exam evaluates the physicians’ frame of mind, ability, knowledge and skills, as well as how well they uphold the expected level of professionalism for independent practice in Canada.
The USMLE Step 1 exam assesses your understanding of key concepts related to the basic science of medicine and its application to clinical practice, with special emphasis on principles and mechanisms underlying diseases and modes of therapy.
The USMLE Step 2 exam assesses patient-centric skills and clinical knowledge as well as the candidate’s ability to apply this to patient care in a supervised environment. There is an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention.
The USMLE Step 3 exam assesses the candidate’s patient-centric skills, clinical and biomedical science knowledge. It also assesses the candidate’s ability to effectively diagnosis and manage patients in an independent practice setting.
The offered training programs and courses are to provide additional skills to qualified trainees already qualified and licensed to practice in the field, for the purposes of professional development or professional upgrading. Our non-vocational certificates are designed to enhance your professional skills and knowledge in a variety of practice modalities and areas.
A language barrier could become a big hurdle at your place of work. However, with a better communication skill set you will be able to not only interact professionally in your workplace, but make other life interactions or situations outside of work, easier and enjoyable too.
Our mentors are IMGs themselves who have been successful in matching to residency programs in Canada and the USA.