28 Sep 2017
September 28, 2017

NBCE Testing Update

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Greeley, Colo. —  The NBCE remains committed to computer-based testing,which will provide students in the future with an improved testing experience.   On September 16, 2017, the NBCE conducted a second field trial of its new computer based test (CBT) platform.  We would like to thank all who participated in this important process. We were able to.. read more →

The NBCE announced today that the Part I, Part II, and Physiotherapy (PHT) test plans have been updated.  Physiotherapy is an optional exam, not required for licensure in all states, but nonetheless an important part of the battery of exams available for pre-licensure doctors of chiropractic.  The new test plans can be viewed at http://mynbce.org/prepare.. read more →

24 Aug 2016
August 24, 2016

NBCE Cancels January 2017 Exams

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The NBCE Board of Directors has announced its decision to cancel the Parts I, II, III, and Physiotherapy exams previously scheduled for January 21-22, 2017, on chiropractic college campuses. Examinees will have other opportunities to take those exams in March, April, June, August and October 2017. The January administration was originally planned to be administered.. read more →

19 Mar 2015
March 19, 2015

Good luck on your exams

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: weak serratus anterior. As you prepare to begin your board exams tomorrow, please keep the security guidelines below in mind. These items are allowed at test sites: Two forms of identification Car key (remote keyless entry devices for vehicles are not permitted.) A sweater or a sweatshirt without.. read more →

18 Mar 2015
March 18, 2015

Question of the Day – March 18

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is B: cervical radiographic series. Today’s sample question is from the optional Physiotherapy Examination. Scapular winging is the result of a/an ______ A.  weak serratus anterior B.  overactive rhomboid C.  overactive trapezius D.  weak latissimus dorsi read more →

17 Mar 2015
March 17, 2015

Question of the Day – March 17

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is C: left L5 spinous process. Today’s sample question is from the Part III Examination. Which of these is the most appropriate initial procedure to perform on a 53-year-old female with a history of rheumatoid arthritis who presents with cervical myospasm? A.  supine cervical adjustment B.  cervical radiographic series.. read more →

16 Mar 2015
March 16, 2015

Question of the Day – March 16

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The correct answer to Friday’s question is B: medial rotation of the femur on the tibia. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Chiropractic Practice. Which of these findings is consistent with the basic distortion pattern for a right posterior innominate? A.  left anterior pelvis B.  left anterior-inferior sacrum C.  left L5.. read more →

13 Mar 2015
March 13, 2015

Question of the Day – March 13

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: adaptation. Today’s sample question is from the Part I subject of General Anatomy. What causes the knee to lock into full extension when weightbearing? A.  ligamentous tension B.  medial rotation of the femur on the tibia C.  contraction of the popliteus muscle D.  lateral rotation of the.. read more →

12 Mar 2015
March 12, 2015

Question of the Day – March 12

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: The patient had a previous upper respiratory infection. Today’s sample question is from the optional Physiotherapy Examination. Modulation of electrical current helps prevent ______ of muscle tissue. A.  adaptation B.  fatigue C.  recruitment D.  excitation read more →

11 Mar 2015
March 11, 2015

Question of the Day – March 11

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is B: hypokalemia. Today’s sample question is from the Part III Examination. The mother of a 9-year-old patient with osteomyelitis will most likely relate what information during the historical interview? A.  The patient had a previous upper respiratory infection. B.  Pain decreases in the evening. C.  Normal movements do.. read more →