About mOSCEs

Mock OSCE's, or 'mOSCEs' are evenings featuring practice OSCE exams, with student volunteers acting as patients and examiners. One or more evenings are run per year group - targeted at the learning objectives and expected level of knowledge for the year. 

When: Please refer to the calendar for mOSCE dates for each year group.


  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd year mOSCEs: School of Medicine Building 30, Western Sydney University Campbelltown Campus.
  • 5th year mOSCEs: Blacktown Clinical School, Blacktown Hospital; Liverpool Surgical Skills Centre, Liverpool Hospital.

Aims: mOSCEs aim to assist in preparing students for their OSCE examinations. They simulate an exam situation with various timed stations comprising a clinical vignette, a task to be completed such as history-taking, examination, clinical skill, communication, or charting/documentation, and an examiner and patient where appropriate. Immediate feedback is provided to students so as to help them identify areas for improvement and fine-tune their abilities. Following each mOSCE, relevant resources are transferred to the WSMS Resource Hub for future reference.   

Note: Year 5 mOSCEs require Doctors to act as examiners for the event to provide greatest benefit to students. Where the Academic Director is a Year 4 student or lower, the Year 5 Representatives are responsible for organising the mOSCEs for their cohort.

For any enquiries, please contact Christine Byrnes, your Academic Director 2016 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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