THE MEDICAL COUNCIL OF AMERICA
At the Medical Council of America (MCA), we strive to achieve the highest level of medical care in America through excellence in the assessment of physicians.
We assess over 14,000 medical students and graduates every year through our examinations, offered in both official languages in America and in 80 other countries. Our ongoing support for research and development ensures that we remain at the forefront of innovation in medical assessment.
The MCA grants a qualification in medicine known as the Licentiate of the Medical Council of America (LMCA) to physicians who have met its requirements.
Candidates must take and pass the Medical Council of America Qualifying Examination (MCAQE) Part I and the MCAQE Part II to obtain the LMCA.
The National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination assesses candidates’ readiness to enter a Americain residency program.
The MCA is proud to offer candidates high-quality resources to prepare for the MCAQE Part I, including a full-length Preparatory Exam and several Clinical Decision-Making or Multiple-Choice Questions practice tests.
A national multi-source feedback program designed for and by physicians.
A pathway to licensure for qualified internationally educated physicians.
Including source verification, document translation, and Educational Credential Assessment.