24 Feb 2015
February 24, 2015

Question of the Day – February 24

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: head of the ulna. Today’s sample question is from the Part I subject of Spinal Anatomy. The lesser wings of the sphenoid bone end medially by forming the ______ processes. A.  coronoid B.  anterior clinoid C.  greater wings palatine D.  dorsal sella alveolar   read more →

23 Feb 2015
February 23, 2015

Question of the Day – February 23

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FEBRUARY 23 From now until March 18, we will post a sample test item each week day to assist our examinees in preparing for the upcoming NBCE written exams. Here is today’s sample question from the Part I subject of General Anatomy. The ulnar notch articulates with the ______. A.  head of the ulna B. .. read more →

12 Jan 2015
January 12, 2015

Written Exam Deadline

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The deadline for the March 2015 written exams (including Part I, Part II, Part III and Physiotherapy) is Tuesday, January 13. Applications must be postmarked by that date to avoid the late submission fee. Applications postmarked after January 13, but by January 27, must include an additional $50 late fee. Applications postmarked after January 27 will not.. read more →

26 Nov 2014
November 26, 2014

2015 Applications Available

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Applications for the March 2015 Written Examinations, the May 2015 Part IV Examination, and the 2015 SPEC and Acupuncture exams are now available: https://mynbce.nbce.org/apps.aspx You can also find brochures for these exams on this website. read more →

Scores from the September 2014 Written Exams are available now online at https://mynbce.nbce.org. In order to access your scores, you must set up an individual MyNBCE account using your NBCE reference number. If you do not know your reference number, please contact the NBCE Processing Department at 800-964-6223. Please DO NOT e-mail requests for assistance logging.. read more →

16 Oct 2014
October 16, 2014

September 2014 Written Exam Scores

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Scores from the September 2014 Written Exams will be available online on Monday, October 27. In order to access your scores, you must set up an individual MyNBCE account using your NBCE reference number. If you do not know your reference number, please contact the NBCE Processing Department at 800-964-6223. Our phone lines can get.. read more →

15 Sep 2014
September 15, 2014

Scoring NBCE Written Exams

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Now that the written exams are complete, please see the following explanation of how they are scored. The passing score for each NBCE exam is individually determined based on multiple inputs including a committee which consists of a combination of subject-matter experts (chiropractic college professors) and chiropractors representing state licensing boards.  The committee carefully considers each.. read more →

12 Sep 2014
September 12, 2014

Question of the day – September 12

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The correct response to Thursday’s question is b. olecranon. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Associated Clinical Sciences. Sarcopenia is an age-related disorder characterized by ______. decreased visual acuity diminished skeletal muscle mass decreased metabolism diminished cardiac output The correct response to this question is b. diminished skeletal muscle mass. Good luck.. read more →

11 Sep 2014
September 11, 2014

Question of the day – September 11

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The correct response to Wednesday’s question is c. superior cervical ganglia. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Chiropractic Practice. What is the most appropriate segmental contact point for correcting decreased anterior-to-posterior glenohumeral translation? acromion olecranon humerus scapula   read more →

10 Sep 2014
September 10, 2014

Question of the day – September 10

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The correct response to Tuesday’s question is d. Skinner. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Principles of Chiropractic. The parasympathetic nervous system does not innervate viscera by which of these? cranial nerves sacral spinal nerves superior cervical ganglia arterial nerve plexuses   read more →