What if I Fail the Assessment?

You must register for a remediation day, which includes a retake of the assessment. An additional fee will apply for the remediation day.

If you are unsuccessful in the Simulation Session assessments, you must participate in a remediation day. The remediation day is a full day and comprises two parts. The remediation day session will start with a reviewed session. After the review session, you will re-take the assessment. You must achieve a minimum cumulative passing score of 75 in order to pass the Simulation Session.

Remediation Day

Remediation Days are booked/scheduled once per month, given:

(a) the extremely low failure rate of vSim sessions, and

(b) the participative nature of vSim Remediation Days requires a minimum number of learners.

Therefore, a few weeks (and sections) must transpire in order to allow for sufficient learners to be booked.

Please refer to the program website to register for Remediation Day.

Remediation Day Preparation

  1. Exam Reports
    You can download your exam report(s) and prepare a study plan that aligns with your exam report(s), focusing on areas of improvement. This is a very important step, as it allows for a focused review of the relevant eLearning components, as well as draft questions for your facilitator. Watch this video to learn more about How to Access Your Exam Report.
  2. vSim Materials and eLearning Courses
    You should aim for a comprehensive review of all the vSim materials as well as the relevant eLearning course(s) and modules.
  3. Content Support Desk
    Prior to your Remediation Day, you can contact Content Support Desk facilitators to assist you with content questions:
    416-675-5025 or 1-888-626-3090 (toll free) — SELECT OPTION 6
    Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
    Saturday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  4. Remediation Day Insights
    Learners are required to arrive no later than 8:45 am – 15 minutes prior to the start of all in-class or virtual sessions (using mandatory audio and video feeds for virtual delivery). When joining Remediation Day, please have your Remediation Day Participant Workbook open, in addition to your vSim 1 or vSim 2 Day workbooks.