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Dates of Canada qualifying Exam in 2003

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In 2003, examinations will be held over approximately a two-week period in the spring and one-week period in the fall. The faculties of medicine will choose the consecutive days for their respective center. In general, the days will be within the published dates below. However, the actual dates available will not necessarily be the entire period and, in some cases, depending on the total number of registrants, may extend prior to or beyond these dates. The dates for each center will be posted on the MCC Website as they are determined, approximately one month prior to the start of on-line scheduling. Candidates are encouraged to check the MCC Website.


Examination Fee: $650.00 CDN ($422.50 US)

Examination Dates: Deadlines for Application:

Spring
5 to 9 May and 12 to 16 May 31 January
-with $100.00 CDN ($65.00 US) penalty after 31 January and up to and including 21 February 2003*

Fall
10 to 14 November 1 August
-with $100.00 CDN ($65.00 US)penalty after 1 August and up to and including 22 August 2003*

*After this date, candidates who still wish to apply may submit a request for consideration. Applications received after 21 February for the spring session, or 22 August for the fall session, are subject to a late fee equal to 50% of the examination fee, $325.00 CDN ($211.25 US).

Administration Centers: SPRING and FALL**

Vancouver (E) Kingston (E) Montreal (F)
Edmonton (E) Ottawa (B) Montreal (E)
Calgary (E) London (E) Quebec (F)
Saskatoon (E) Hamilton (E) Sherbrooke (F)
Winnipeg (E) Toronto (E) Halifax (E)
St. John’s (E)

(E) = English Center; (F) = French Center; (B) = Bilingual Center

There are no examination centers outside Canada.

**All centers will be operating for the spring administration; however, there will be a minimum number of registered candidates required to operate a center for the fall administration. Candidates should not assume that their center of choice will operate on a particular day and are advised not to confirm travel or other arrangements until the scheduling process is completed.



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