NBOME

COMAT

Distinctive Subject Examinations Designed to Assess Core Osteopathic Medical Knowledge

A series of nationally standardized subject exams, COMAT exams are designed to assess osteopathic medical students’ knowledge and ability in core osteopathic medical and foundational biomedical sciences principles. Developed by the NBOME and its National Faculty, these exams reflect the latest advancements and best-practice guidelines related to their respective discipline.

 
COMPREHENSIVE

FOUNDATIONAL BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

Summative and formative assessment of first and second year osteopathic medical student progress in foundational biomedical sciences.
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TARGETED

FOUNDATIONAL BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

Assessment of student knowledge related to a particular discipline or body system throughout the first two years of undergraduate medical education.
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CLINICAL

SUBJECT EXAMINATIONS

End-of-course assessment to evaluate achievement in osteopathic practice within and across clinical disciplines.
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COMAT Brochure

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