The MCC prepares reports on an annual basis on each of its examinations. These reports summarize exam purpose, format, development, administration, scoring, score reporting processes and fundamental psychometric activities.
Every few years, the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) brings together a panel of Canadian physicians to define an acceptable level of performance and establish the pass score for its examinations through a standard-setting exercise. These reports are available below.
Hambleton, R.K., De Champlain, A. (2013). Recommending a Passing Score on the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination: Procedures and Results.