Students must take the graded module exams in the order listed in the course. Deadlines for exams are provided in the Course Schedule and on the calendar.
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The table below depicts the number of items, point values, and time limits for each exam in the course.
|Module||Exam||Total number of items on exam||Point value for each item||Total point value for exam||Time allowed for exam|
|1||Required Comprehensive Examination Pre-test||100||1 point per item||
100 points (DOES NOT COUNT
|2||Women's Health Primary Care Module Exam||30||1 point per item||30 points||40 minutes|
|3||Well Woman-GYN and Reproductive Health Module Exam||60||1 point per item||60 points||70 minutes|
|4||Obstetrics Module Exam||50||1 point per item||50 points||60 minutes|
|End of course||Final Comprehensive Exam||175||1 point per item||175 points||240 minutes|
|Total course points||315 points|
This exam must be taken last, as it is meant to prepare students for the lengthy NCC exam. To align with the NCC exam, the 175-item final comprehensive exam contains the following breakdown of domain area items. Within each area, approximately 2/3 of items address normal and 1/3 address deviations from normal. Pharmacology, Assessment, Diagnostic Testing and Interpretation are incorporated throughout the content domains.