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Home For The Holidays: Prepping For NBEO Part I

I finished my last final on Monday (ugh…glaucoma) before driving 18 hours through the night from Houston to Iowa. I left my dogs on a farm in Iowa with family and then flew out to California to spend Christmas with more family. Long story short, I’m tired of exams, tired of traveling, and all I …

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NBEO Part 2: An Experience

BOARDS. At first blush, this word tends to illicit anxiety among OD students. Rightfully so, as these exams determine the outcome for our licenses and residencies. We spend countless hours studying, reviewing, creating mnemonics, all in the hopes that we’ve covered enough material to pass the exam. Having completed NBEO 2 in recent days, let …

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NBEO Part III Summary & Guide (with all form download links)

NBEO Part III – Clinical Skills Evaluation Summary Administration: Strictly performance and students will not answer any questions. Student candidates will examine a different patient at each of four 30-minute stations, in the performance of 20 clinical skills including injection skills. The exam is administered in one 3.75 hour session.  Although this examination primarily measures psychomotor skills, it contains an assessment …

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Spring 2012 issue of the NBEO newsletter TestPoints

NBEO Debuts First Computer-Based Testing (CBT) Exam Part II of the NBEO is now computer based exam. On April 3rd, 2012, 197 candidates took the first CBT exam, 129 candidates took the full Patient Assessment and Management exam and 68 others took the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease.  The next big group of students …

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NBEO Part 1 Fact Sheet (Thanks to AOSA)

This month’s “NBEO Part 1 Article” is brought to you thanks to the American Optometric Student Association (AOSA). Both behind the scenes and at every school of Optometry, the AOSA is always working hard to ensure that Optometry is moving in the right direction for us students. They are the voice for the students and their trustee’s …

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