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Registration & Scheduling

You may register for the COMLEX-USA Level 3 examination in accordance with the requirements set out in the Bulletin of Information, via your NBOME account.

Changes to your Name and Status

In order to take a COMLEX-USA examination, the name on your registration form and on the valid government-issued photo ID presented at the testing center must match.

If your name has changed, download and complete a Name Change Request Form and include a copy of the supporting document noting the name change (e.g., marriage license, divorce decree, court document, naturalization document). Documentation can be scanned and emailed to clientservices@nbome.org. Name changes must be requested no later than 14 business days before the scheduled examination day. If possible, submit the name change form and documentation before registering for an examination.

Log in to your online account to update your mailing address, email address, and phone numbers, located in the “Account Information” section under the “Account” tab.


Examination Fees

The fee for COMLEX-USA Level 3 is $910. Effective 1/17/2024 – 12/21/2024.


Computer-Based Examinations
Reschedule or Cancellation FeeMore than 30 days before the scheduled date$0
Reschedule or Cancellation Fee6 to 30 days before the scheduled date$170
Cancellation Fee1 to 5 days before the scheduled date$350
No Show FeeWithin 24 hours of the scheduled date$500

Examinations cannot be rescheduled less than 24 hours before the scheduled date. Appointments must be scheduled by the registration deadline for a Level 3 testing window. Please note that rescheduling and cancellation fees are assessed per exam day. Cancellations must be made online through the candidate’s NBOME account.

Non-Examination Related
Score Confirmation Fee$75
Insufficient Funds Checking Fee$20
Transcript Fee$65
Score Report Fee$5

Retaking An Examination

Candidates may not retake any level of COMLEX-USA to improve their score or for any purpose other than to pass a previously failed examination. To learn more about the four-attempt limit and exceptions, please see the Bulletin of Information.

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