CLINICAL SKILLS ASSESSMENT EXAM
REALISTIC PRACTICE, VIRTUALLY
Choose from 6 or 12 virtual, interactive patient encounters and get a test run of clinical readiness.
Dr. Alexis Peedin
6 Standardized Patient Encounters
Build confidence in your clinical skills before starting rotations. You’ll practice effective physician-patient communication with 6 interactive patient encounters.
12 Standardized Patient Encounters
Our full-day assessment exam gives you clinical readiness. With 12 patient encounters, you’ll build confidence while practicing effective physician-patient communication.
EXPERIENCE TEST DAY BEFORE TEST DAY
Boost your confidence—and your score—by getting realistic practice for the clinical skills practice exam. You’ll get to experience the U.S. healthcare system with exams that mirror exactly what you’ll see when you take your exam.
WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK
An expert teacher gives you real-time feedback on every portion of the exam, so you’ll never feel lost. You’ll also sharpen your skills in subjects like communication, physical examination, and patient note-taking.
- 6 to 12 virtual station clinical skills practice exams
- Personalized Feedback: Extensive
review of the cases from your
practice exam with expert faculty
- Review includes Communication and Interpersonal Skills (CIS), Spoken English Proficiency (SEP), and the Integrated Clinical Encounter (ICE)
- Patient Note practice
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How will I interact with the Simulated Patients (SPs) in a virtual setting?
This is a simulated exam that follows the format of the standard Standardized Patient Exam, except it will be administered using a video conferencing system. The timing for the encounters and interactions will be roughly the same as in-person with one major exception: the physical exam and exam results will be completed verbally. In other words, the student might say something like “I’ll observe the abdomen, auscultar for bowel sounds, percuss to find the liver border, and palpate for masses or pain.” The SP will respond by saying, “The exam is normal except for rebound tenderness.
How will I submit my patient notes in a virtual practice exam?
You will be given a link to the Patient Note System with login credentials for use during the simulated examination.