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What's New at NABNE!
Beginning with the August 2023 NPLEX administration:
- The cost to take the NPLEX Examinations has increased (see Fees).
- The Cancellation and Refund policies have been updated.
- Part II Applicants no longer need to request to have a Part I transcript sent to the jurisdiction of their choice. NABNE will send a transcript of Part I (or previous results) for each Part II applicant and will send the report of their exam results to the same regulatory authority they indicate on their application.
- After August 2023, the NPLEX will no longer be administered in Connecticut.
- Requests for courtesy accommodations for the August 2023 NPLEX administration must be submitted to NABNE via the Courtesy Accommodations Request Form no later than May 31, 2023. To receive a copy of the Courtesy Accommodations Request Form, contact NABNE at email@example.com
- Examinees will no longer be allowed to use noise-canceling headsets in the testing room. You can request to use a noise-reducing headset, which NABNE will provide, by submitting a Courtesy Accommodations Request Form no later than May 31, 2023.
UPDATED NABNE WEBSITE!
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AUGUST 2023 EXAM DATES
The Part I – Biomedical Science Examination will be administered on Tuesday, August 1 st and the Part II – Clinical Science Examinations will be administered Wednesday- Friday, August 1-4, 2023 (See Exam Schedules)
HOW TO APPLY TO TAKE THE NPLEX
You can apply to take the August 2023 NPLEX Examinations May 1-31, 2023. NABNE recommends that you register to take the August 2023 NPLEX Examinations within the first two weeks of May. If you wait until May 31st to apply and you need technical assistance in order to submit your application, NABNE staff may not be available to help you.
Follow all the instructions required to submit your application. For complete instructions, see Application Process.
UPDATED EXAMINEE HANDBOOK
The handbook has been updated and revised. Review the current Handbook for the examinations you are planning to take. Information in the handbook may be more current than information on the website.
EXTENSION OF GRADUATION
The NABNE Board has agreed to implement a permanent policy of extending the requisite date of graduation for those who are applying to take the NPLEX Part II – Clinical Science Examinations. This means that students who have not yet graduated will be allowed to take the NPLEX Part II – Clinical Science Examinations, although they must complete all requirements for graduation no later than March 31st if they are taking examinations in February and no later than September 30th if they are taking examinations in August. Read more
- After you receive your results from the current NPLEX administration, you may request to have a transcript that includes both your NPLEX Part I and Part II exam results sent to additional regulatory authorities. Submit your Transcript Request and payment of US$30 online. Transcript requests are typically processed within 3-5 business days of receipt.
- Official transcripts of NPLEX exam results must be sent directly from NABNE. A transcript sent directly to you will be unofficial and will be noted as such.
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Before you begin your application
- Review the current Examinee Handbook for either the Part I or Part II examinations(s).
- Create an online Profile and password for the CURRENT exam administration.
- You must create a new online Profile and password every time you apply to take the NPLEX.
- DO NOT create more than one Profile, because this will cause problems when it’s time to access your Registration Status or download your Admission Ticket.
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