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                    regisTraTion oVerVieW
                    Once a candidate is approved for eligibility to take the examination by his or her COM, and he
                    or she intends to take a COMLEX-USA examination, the candidate must set up an online
                    account with the NBOME and agree to the Terms and Conditions outlined above in order to
                    set up the account. With this account, a candidate can register, pay for, schedule, or cancel
                    a COMLEX-USA examination by accessing the NBOME website ( and
                    logging in to the NBOME Client Registration System. Because dates and seats are limited, a
                    candidate should schedule an examination at least 90 days in advance of the desired test

                    Testing dates for COMLEX-USA Level 1, Level 2-CE, and Level 3 are available up to six
                    months in advance. Testing dates for COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE are available for scheduling
                    up to 12 months in advance.

                    Examination fee information for each specific examination can be found at: COMLEX-USA
                    Level 1, Level 2-CE, and Level 3 examinations and COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE examination on
                    our website.

                    TesT aCCommodaTion reqUesTs
                    If a candidate is a person with disabilities as defined under the Americans with Disabilities
                    Act (ADA), as amended, and has established an account with the NBOME and affirmatively
                    accepted the Terms and Conditions online, he or she may apply to the NBOME for
                    reasonable accommodations under the ADA for a COMLEX-USA examination.

                    Any candidate requesting an accommodation under the ADA must:

                         • Download the appropriate form, carefully review the instructions, and complete the form.
                         • Compile and provide credible and objective documentation to substantiate that the
                           candidate is a “person with disability” as defined by the ADA, including the candidate’s
                           physical or mental impairment(s), how the impairment(s) substantially limits the
                           candidate’s ability to access the examination when he or she is compared with most
                           people in the general population, and why the requested accommodation(s) is
                           necessary and reasonable for the examination to be accessible to the candidate.
                         • The candidate may include with the completed application form a personal statement
                           that elaborates or further explains the information requested on the application form.

                         • Submit the completed form and supporting documentation to the NBOME at 8765 W.
                           Higgins Road, Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60631, or by email (


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