Fly Creek, NY (PressExposure) July 13, 2011 -- Now students can uncover their natural abilities and combine them with their healthcare interests to find the right career path in the medical field. The Oxford Program, a company providing career counseling programs for students and professionals, is offering the Medical Career Aptitude Program (MCAP) for medicine practitioners and students. This aptitude testing program assists medical students in choosing the ideal medical specialty before their residency program begins.
Discussing about the importance of the MCAP, a spokesperson for The Oxford Program stated, "Lack of information and resources lead many medical students to make wrong specialty choices during their residency. The Oxford Medical Career Aptitudes Program uses a systematic combination of scientific testing and assessments to help you choose the best medical specialty for you. Our proprietary data, research, and triangulation matching process assure research-validated accuracy and confidence in ranking your profile against 30+ medical specialties."
The MCAP is beneficial for high school students and medical school students alike. Each student can learn whether healthcare is a suitable career for him/her or which specialty will be the best fit for his/her best abilities and preferences. This testing assesses the student's natural abilities and focuses upon the most suitable medical specialty. Take the test, recognize your own potential, land a preferred residency or get into your top choice medical school.
Adding to the conversation, the spokesperson further said, "We measure your talents, interests and personal style: the areas where you would be your best. The Oxford Program is very different from the rudimentary career tests you may have taken in the past. Most career tests are based on your personality or interests and you can sway them with your choices. And just because you are interested in something doesn't mean you have any talent for it."
The test comprises three parts. The first part assesses your personality, the second one evaluates your natural abilities and the third one is a career fit analysis. From your career related interests and preferences to your inborn talents, all are judged to unveil the ideal medical specialty for you. With MCAP, choosing a medical specialty has become much easier than ever before.