Welcome to the NBCE!
The NBCE develops, administers, and scores standardized written and practical examinations that assess knowledge, higher-level cognitive abilities, and problem-solving in various basic science and clinical science subjects for candidates seeking chiropractic licensure throughout the United States and in several foreign countries. The NBCE board exams are part of your path to chiropractic licensure.
To Get Started…
If you are a new examinee, please go to https://account.mynbce.org/account/login and choose the orange “Register as an Examinee” button to create your MyNBCE account. This is the account you will use for submitting all your NBCE exam applications, viewing scores, requesting ADA Accommodations as needed, and ordering transcripts. Please be sure to enter complete and accurate information and keep it up to date with any changes along your journey. It is very important that you do not create more than one account. If you are having trouble logging in to your account please contact us for assistance.
If you have ever taken an examination with the NBCE, then you already have an account created with us and you may proceed with the login process or contact us to update your personal information and receive your login information. Please do not create any additional accounts.
Please note: the scheduling process is best navigated on a desktop computer.
Before You Apply for Your First Exam…
Check the mynbce.org website for the eligibility requirements of each examination and also check in with your school’s Registrar for any additional school related requirements. Each board examination will require Registrar approval as a part of the application process.
In order to meet the published examination deadline you must have applied, received registrar approvals, paid, and scheduled your exam prior to 5pm Mountain Time (7pm ET/6pm CT/4pm PT) on the published Deadline day. Scheduling shuts off at 5pm MT (7pm ET/6pm CT/4pm PT) and there are no late entries and no refunds after the deadline.
Updates and Questions…
Please follow us on social media and check mynbce.org/ for announcements and updates.
Congratulations on your decision to pursue a rewarding career in Chiropractic. We wish you all the best on your journey!