The Medical Council of Canada (MCC) prepares reports on candidates’ performance on the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part I and Part II. These reports, known as Deans’ Reports, compare a medical school’s candidate performance to other schools in Canada.
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The dean of each medical school can purchase the Deans’ Report for his or her school and share the report with members of the faculty. The reports are cerlox-bound to facilitate photocopying by the individual faculties for internal use.
Report fee: C$600
The MCC provides each dean with a code, and with this code he or she can determine how the school performed on the examination compared to other schools. The reports do not include the codes of the other schools.
A school’s Deans’ Report is only published at the dean’s request for the purpose of quality improvement of medical education programs. As a result, the MCC does not publish the Deans’ Reports publicly.
The information contained in the reports is presented in an aggregate format only, with no candidate identifiable information. In certain cases, the MCC will omit results for certain programs or groups where there are not enough candidates to ensure anonymity.
The dean from a medical school can also make a special request for examination information not included in the Deans’ Report. These special requests are evaluated and priced on an individual basis and are processed between May and July of each year.
For more information on the Deans’ Reports, contact Dr. Marguerite Roy (email@example.com).