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​Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on exam dates

Given the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, exam dates may be postponed or cancelled at short notice. If you are scheduled for an exam sitting that is impacted, you will be communicated with directly by email.

OSCE dates by stream

The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) is typically offered twice a year: spring (Family and Pediatrics) and fall (Family and Adult).   ​​

OSCE important dates



Application deadline

Withdrawal deadline


June 1, 2024

Family & Pediatric

March 10, 2024

May 1, 2024

Ambulatory Care Building,
BC Children's Hospital
4480 Oak Street, Vancouver BC

Sep. 21, 2024

Family & Adult

June 23, 2024

Aug. 21, 2024

Ambulatory Care Building,
BC Children's Hospital
4480 Oak Street, Vancouver BC

Sep. 22, 2024**  
​June 23, 2024
​Aug. 21, 2024​
Ambulatory Care Building,
BC Children's Hospital
4480 Oak Street, Vancouver BC

**Note: We are anticipating a high volume of applicants for the Fall 2024 OSCE. If all applicants cannot be accommodated on Saturday, September 21, 2024, an additional exam date will be added on September 22, 2024. If this happens, family applicants will be randomly assigned to either Saturday or Sunday; please ensure you are available for either exam day. Applicants will be notified by middle of July which exam day they have been assigned to​. ​​​

Withdrawal policy

A candidate who has applied to take the OSCE, but who then withdraws from the examination on or before the withdrawal date will be assigned a “did not write” status and is entitled to a 75% refund of the examination fee.

After the withdrawal date there will be no refund granted to candidates who withdraw from or do not complete the OSCE.​​​​

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