Welcome to FMProC (Family Medicine Professional Choices), a Situational Judgement Test designed by Canada Family Medicine for Canada Family Medicine.
**New For 2024**
There are two different test windows applied to 1st and 2nd rounds of the CaRMS cycle.
• The test window for 1st round CaRMS is open from October 31st, 2023, 8AM EDT to November 14th, 2023, 8AM EST.(see notes below about early and later registration test window dates)
• The test window for 2nd round CaRMS is open from March 21st, 2024, 8AM EDT to March 27th, 2024, 8AM EDT.
REGISTRATION 1st Round CaRMS
Opens 8AM EDT September 20th and closes 8AM EDT November 3rd.
• Early registration option: If you register between September 20th, 2023, 8AM EDT and October 27th, 2023, 7:59AM EDT, you will have the entire testing window to sit FMProC (October 31st 8AM EDT to November 14th 8AM EST).
• Later registration option: If you register between October 27th, 2023, 8AM EDT and November 3rd 8AM EDT, your testing window will be from November 7th, 2023, 8AM EST to November 14th, 2023, 8AM EST.
NB-Requests to register or to sit the test outside of the posted deadlines will not be considered. It is your responsibility to review the deadlines carefully.
TEST WINDOW 1st Round CaRMS
• October 31st 8AM EDT to November 14th 8AM EST if register before 7.59AM EDT October 27th .
• November 7th, 2023, 8AM EST to November 14th, 2023, 8AM EST if register between 8AM EDT October 27th and 8AM EDT November 3rd.
How do I register?
REGISTRATION 2nd round CaRMS
The registration period for the second test window is from March 19th, 2024, 8AM EDT to March 25th, 2024, 8AM EDT.More information will be released ahead of 2nd round CaRMS.
Please note you can decide when to access the 75-minute test during the test window. You do not need to pre-book any specific time or date its completely up to you when you do this, but we suggest not leaving the test until the last minute. You will need a device with reliable internet access and an enabled camera.
15 FM Residency Programs require the FMProC for both rounds of the upcoming CaRMS cycle, but you only need to register, pay for, and sit the test, once.
University of Calgary
University of Alberta
University of Manitoba
University of Montreal
University of Ottawa
University of Toronto
Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of British Columbia
University of Saskatchewan
More detailed Information about the test is provided here.
Click on the Register Tab in the header section above and add your details. Please take your time to ensure all your details are correct, especially your CaRMS ID, as you will use your CaRMS ID to access the test when the test window opens. (Format of CaRMS ID is XX-111-XX-111). Please also provide an accurate email address you wish any correspondence to be sent to. Please note the cost for the exam is $58 (Canadian dollars) inclusive of taxes.
What happens after I register?
You will receive a confirmation email. If you don’t receive this, please first check your SPAM/Junk Mail folders.
Again, please take time to check the CaRMS ID you have submitted is correct.
You will also be sent a separate invitation to complete a short (<5 mins), anonymous demographic survey as part of a research project we are conducting to ensure the test is fair to all groups of applicants. There will also be an invitation to complete an even shorter anonymous, post-test evaluation once you have completed the test.
Once you have registered, apart from receiving the invitation to complete the demographic survey and the registration confirmation email, you will not receive any more communication from us until a few days before the test window is due to open when you will receive the link to the test and some final information and instructions.
Who do I contact if I need help?
Please note all the information provided in the links above. If you still need help, please email email@example.com.
Good luck in your application for Family Medicine Residency training!
To register for the exam click on Register menu item in the header section
How do I register?