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What is a passing score for Part I?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375 or above on all subject examinations in Part I. The mean and standard deviation on each of the Part I examination subjects are approximately 500 and 100, respectively.

Individual states may require a different score than the NBCE recommended passing score. Therefore, contact the licensing board of the state in which you intend to practice for information concerning that state’s score requirements.

What is a passing score for Part II?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375 or above on all subject examinations in Part II. The mean and standard deviation on each of the Part II examination subjects are approximately 500 and 100, respectively.

Individual states may require a different score than the NBCE recommended passing score. Therefore, contact the licensing board of the state in which you intend to practice for information concerning that state’s score requirements.

What is a passing score for Part III?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375 for the Part III Examination; however, individual states may require a higher score. Most states require or accept the Part III Examination in lieu of a state-level written clinical competency examination. For current information on state regulations pertaining to Part III scores, you must contact the licensing board of the state(s) in which you plan to practice.

  • The NBCE recommended passing score of 375 for the Part III Exam represents 70.5%.
  • If a state, for example, requires a 75% score on Part III, the corresponding NBCE score is 438.
  • The mean of Part III is approximately 450, and the standard deviation is approximately 100.
  • You must take both sections of Part III to receive a score from the NBCE.
What is a passing score for Physiotherapy?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375 for the Physiotherapy Exam; however, Individual states may require a higher passing score. For current information on state regulations pertaining to Physiotherapy scores, you must contact the licensing board of the state(s) in which you plan to practice.

What is a passing score for Part IV?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375 or above on the Part IV Exam. The NBCE follows a procedure consistent with accepted test standards to arrive at a recommended passing score; however, each state has the authority to establish and recognize its own requirements for passing Part IV.

 

What is a passing score for SPEC?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375. If you score below 375, you will be required to retake the entire examination. Attaining an NBCE recommended passing score does not guarantee acceptance by a state licensing agency. The use of SPEC scores for any purpose is at the discretion of individual state licensing boards. Each individual licensing board has the sole authority to determine utilization of SPEC examination results during its licensing and/or disciplinary decisions.

 

What is a passing score for Acupuncture?

The NBCE recommends a passing score of 375. If you score below 375, you will be required to retake the entire examination. Attaining an NBCE recommended passing score does not guarantee acceptance by a state licensing agency. The use of ACU scores for any purpose is at the discretion of individual state licensing boards. Each individual licensing board has the sole authority to determine utilization of ACU examination results with regard to licensure.

What is a passing score for Florida Chiropractic Laws and Rules Exam?

The Florida Board of Chiropractic Examiners requires a passing score of 75% on the FCLR Exam. If you score below 75%, you will be required to retake the examination.