Examination and service fees

Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE)
Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part I
Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part II
National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) examination
Self Administered Examination
Tuition tax credit
Key principles and significant costs in setting MCC exam fees
Fees for source verification services
MCC document and service fees
Educational Credential Assessment fees

Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE)

  • Application fee: $1,737
  • Examination withdrawal fee (non-refundable): $322
  • Eligibility window extension – Administration fee: $52. This fee is charged in addition to any examination fee increase since you previously applied for the MCCEE. (The fees are non-refundable.)
  • Rescoring fee: $230, by MCC

Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part I

Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part II

  • Application fee: $2,409
    • base examination fee for applications received by the main application deadline date
  • Examination late fee – Given the limited capacity, and to ensure fair access, late application fees are no longer charged for the MCCQE Part II
  • Administration fee (non-refundable): $322
  • Pre-scheduling request fee: $102
  • Centre change request fee: $102
  • Rescoring fee: $230, by MCC

National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) Examination

Self Administered Examination

  • Self Administered Examination, MCCEE: $70
  • Self Administered Examination, MCCQE Part I: $70

Tuition tax credit

The tuition tax credit applies to all MCC examinations taken since 2011. Given that as of spring 2013 the MCC took on responsibility for NAC examination registration, tax credit receipts are also issued for the NAC examinations taken since 2014.

The tuition tax credit receipt is made available for printing in late February of the year following the year in which the examination was taken (e.g., the 2015 tuition tax credit receipt is available in late February 2016).

Key principles and significant costs in setting MCC exam fees

Key principles
Offer exam as geographically close to the candidate as possible
Run exam centres effectively and efficiently to keep costs low
Each exam runs at cost recovery
Student and resident Members of Council provide input on costing and fee setting
Significant costs
Developing new content annually
Maintaining and improving the information technology infrastructure
For the MCCEE – fees cover costs associated with delivering the exam globally at 500 centres worldwide
For the MCCQE Part II – fees cover costs associated with the infrastructure required for a clinical exam – standardized patients, physician examiners and other exam centre staff

Fees for source verification services

All candidates are required to pay a one-time, non-refundable account fee of $278. The account fee covers:

  • storing of your medical credentials in a centralized electronic repository
  • secure document sharing capabilities with Canadian medical regulatory authorities and other organizations
  • access to knowledgeable support staff to help you navigate the verification process

Document fee

A $157 fee is charged for each medical credential document submitted for source verification.

Translation fee

A $135 fee is charged per page to be translated (non-refundable).

File Transfer Service fee

A $30 fee (non-refundable) is charged for each document transferred, up to a maximum of $120. When transferring more than four documents to a single third party, only the first four documents will be charged.

Payment method

The only methods of payment accepted are Visa or MasterCard credit cards (Interac and Visa debit cards are not accepted). Payments must be made through your physiciansapply.ca account.

Prepaid or secured credit cards are also acceptable forms of payment. For more information, visit the Visa or MasterCard websites.


Only if the document has not yet been processed by MCC can a cancellation and reimbursement be requested. An administration fee of $52 will be withheld.

MCC document and service fees

Note: To request any of the documents below, please refer to the Service Request form. Some of these documents are available only to certain candidates.

Certified copy of Result Document $102
Certified transcript of examination $102
Certified Confirmation Letter $102
Replacement Certificate of Registration
(wallet-size plastic card)
Replacement Testamur $102
Certified Statement of Registration $102
Certified supplemental feedback report (see Service Request form)
Courier fees for document requests (see Service Request form)


All funds are processed in Canadian dollars.

All fees are subject to change without notice.

Educational Credential Assessment

The MCC has been designated by the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism to provide Educational Credential Assessments for Principal Applicants intending to apply under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) for immigration to Canada and for whom Physician would be the primary occupation for their application to immigrate to Canada.

Education Credential Assessment report fee: $102