If you’ve been following the JCNDE announcements, you have probably seen by now that they have once again extended the testing deadline for the NBDE Part 1 exam. This is the second time that the JCNDE has decided to extend the deadline for students to take the exam. Due to countless testing center closures and exam date cancellations, the decision has been made to allow students to attempt their Part 1 exam through the end of the year, December 31, 2020.
If you are still studying for the Part 1 exam and had your exam date cancelled once… or five times… this is good news for you! It seems that at this point, the world is slowly reopening and seeing less and less closures and cancellations. Now you can finally put all of that head knowledge into action and dominate your exam!
This is getting old 🙄
B&B understands the incredible frustration you have felt over the past six months and is happy to continue to extend plans for students. All you need to do is send us a line at email@example.com and we will happily extend your access until your new exam date. We encourage you to continue your review right up until your test date, really cementing in all of that knowledge you’ve been working for months to retain.
For some of you, you are tired. You are tired of studying and preparing for this exam that continually feels out of reach. If this is you and you are deciding to take the INBDE exam instead of Part 1, please reach out to us. B&B has spent over a year planning, preparing and creating content for this new test. We really like the finished product and are excited to offer it to you as well!
As you know, this new test is a combination of the prior Part 1 and Part 2 exams. You may also know that this test is much more clinically based and fully integrated. What does that mean? It means that all of the FKs (Foundational Knowledge Areas) are a mix of basic sciences and clinical application. Each of the questions you see begins with a patient info box for you to review before you answer the question.
B&B has a thorough understanding of the lengthy outline published by the JCNDE and has written our review course 100% based on this outline. If you want to be sure you cover everything that will be on this test, B&B has you covered.
So, if you’re still pursuing acing the Part 1 exam, woohoo! B&B has you covered and all you need to do is drop us a line to extend. If, however you have chosen to switch to the new INBDE exam, let us know. We can get you switched over and on your way to acing that test;)
For the full update from the JCNDE: https://www.ada.org/~/media/JCNDE/pdfs/DTS_JCNDE_COVID19_Update.pdf