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Required Notifications of Any Adverse Testing Condition

In the event of an Adverse Testing Condition that impacts the administration of any COMLEX-USA examination to a candidate, the candidate must notify the test center staff before leaving the test center of any adverse impact the Adverse Testing Condition had or may have had on the candidate’s performance of the examination. Simply making a comment in the postexamination survey regarding any possible Adverse Testing Condition does not qualify as written notification. AND The candidate must submit to the NBOME in writing within 10 calendar days following the examination date via email to clientservices@nbome.org a detailed description of the Adverse Testing Condition, a detailed statement of the impact the Adverse Testing Condition had or may have had on his or her performance of the examination, and a written request that the NBOME hold the publication of the candidate’s score on the examination until the NBOME has completed its investigation of the matter, as a condition for any claim or right to recourse the candidate may have against the NBOME; Prometric; or any of their employees, agents, or representatives. If the candidate fails to so notify both the test center staff and the NBOME of any claimed Adverse Testing Condition, the candidate thereby waives any claim or right to any recourse he or she has against the NBOME; Prometric; or their employees, agents, or representatives arising out or relating to that claimed Adverse Testing Condition.