At our Ontario Clinical Exam Preparation Class, we take pride in offering a comprehensive and effective learning experience that covers all aspects of the exam. Here’s what you can expect from our program:

  1. Live Lectures 12+: Our expert instructors will deliver live lectures covering essential medical knowledge and clinical skills relevant to the Ontario clinical exam. These lectures are designed to be interactive, allowing you to ask questions and seek clarification in real time.
  2. Part A is taught by Mehul Radhika and Vrunda, and Part B is completely taught by Dr Ankit Shahi, who is a master of Ethics and professional responsibilities.
  3. Recorded Sessions: We understand that life can get busy, and scheduling conflicts may arise. To accommodate your needs, all live lectures will be recorded and made available to you. This means you can review the material at your convenience, ensuring you never miss a crucial topic.
  4. Practice Clinical Stations: To boost your confidence and exam preparedness, we provide opportunities for you to practice performing live clinical stations during the lectures. This practical experience will help refine your clinical skills and ensure you are well-prepared for the actual exam scenarios.
  5. Detailed Notes for Part A and Part B (Ethics): The Ontario clinical exam consists of two parts – Part A, which focuses on medical knowledge and clinical skills, and Part B, which evaluates your understanding of medical ethics. For both parts, we provide comprehensive and detailed notes to facilitate your study and understanding of the key concepts.
  6. Interactive Learning Environment: Our classes foster an interactive and supportive learning environment. You will have the chance to collaborate with fellow participants, share insights, and learn from each other’s experiences. Our instructors will actively engage with you, encouraging discussions and addressing your queries.
  7. Personalized Feedback: As you practice clinical stations and participate in discussions, our instructors will offer personalized feedback to help you identify areas for improvement and build upon your strengths.
  8. Exam Strategies and Tips: We will equip you with valuable exam strategies and tips to optimize your performance on the Ontario clinical exam. These insights will cover time management, effective communication, and best practices to approach different station formats.
  9. Holistic Approach: Beyond exam preparation, we emphasize the importance of a holistic approach to patient care. Ethics, patient communication, and professionalism are crucial elements in delivering compassionate healthcare, and we integrate these principles into our curriculum.
  10. Continuous Support: We are committed to your success. Even after the class ends, you will have access to ongoing support from our team, allowing you to seek guidance or clarification as you continue your exam preparation journey.

Join us for the Ontario Clinical Exam Preparation Class, and let us help you build the foundation for a successful and fulfilling career as a healthcare professional in Ontario. Together, we will work towards achieving your goals and ensuring you are well-prepared to make a positive impact in patient care.

In addition to the opportunities to practice clinical stations during our live lectures, we understand the critical role that building confidence in dialogue delivery plays in exam success. As such, we have incorporated dedicated sessions for participants to practice performing clinical stations in front of their classmates.

These practice sessions are designed to simulate the actual exam environment, providing you with a platform to hone your communication skills and fine-tune your dialogue delivery. Here’s what you can expect from these practice clinical stations:

  1. Mock Clinical Scenarios Our instructors will present you with various mock clinical scenarios commonly encountered in the Ontario clinical exam. These scenarios will cover a wide range of medical conditions, communication challenges, and patient interactions.
  2. Rotating Role Plays During the practice sessions, you will have the opportunity to take on different roles, alternating between being the healthcare provider and the patient. This allows you to experience both sides of the interaction, giving you a well-rounded perspective on effective communication.
  3. Constructive Feedback After each practice clinical station, your peers and instructors will provide constructive feedback. This feedback will focus on your dialogue delivery, communication style, clarity, and ability to establish rapport with the patient. The goal is to help you identify areas for improvement and build confidence in your communication skills.
  4. Supportive Learning Environment We foster a supportive and non-judgmental learning environment, where everyone can learn from each other’s experiences. These practice sessions offer a safe space to make mistakes, learn from them, and grow as a communicator.
  5. Enhancing Empathy and Active Listening Effective communication in a clinical setting goes beyond medical knowledge. We also focus on enhancing your empathy and active listening skills, ensuring you can connect with patients on a deeper level and address their concerns with compassion.
  6. Repetition and Reinforcement Consistent practice is key to building confidence. Throughout the course, you will have multiple opportunities to participate in these practice clinical stations, allowing you to refine your dialogue delivery through repetition and reinforcement.
  7. Role of Body Language In addition to verbal communication, we also emphasize the role of body language in establishing trust and creating a positive patient-provider relationship. You will learn to convey empathy, professionalism, and confidence through non-verbal cues.

By integrating these practice clinical stations into our program, we aim to empower you with the communication skills necessary to excel in the Ontario clinical exam and, more importantly, in your future medical practice. As you build confidence in your dialogue delivery, you will become better equipped to provide patient-centered care and make a positive impact on the lives of those you serve.

To enroll, reach out to our mentors:

  • Mehul Zala 1-647-330-2540
  • Radhika Gondhia 1-437-219-3741
  • Vrunda Bhatt 1-647-745-6575