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  Table of Contents
I. Background
II. Registration and Administration of the Written Examination
III. Requirements for Application
IV. Appeal Process for Adverse Decisions (Non-Ethics Related)
V. Examination Process
VI. ABNM Part I-Written Examination
VII. Examination Preparation
VIII. ABNM Part II-Oral Examination
IX. Design of the Oral Examination
X. Format of the Oral Examination
XI. Oral Exam Scoring
XII. Recertification
XIII. Disposition of ABNM Examination Results
XIV. Certification Status
XV. Ethics and Professionalism
XVI. Appeal Process for Adverse Decisions (Ethics Related)
Exam Applications Written Exam Application
Oral Exam Application
Recertification Exam Application

XIII. Disposition of ABNM Examination Results:

A candidate, who has received a failing result from either the ABNM Part I-Written examination, or, the ABNM Recertification examination, may request a review of their final score by PTC. Should PTC identify an inaccuracy in the initial scoring of the ABNM  Part I-Written or the ABNM Recertification examination results, then the corrected score will stand and be considered final by the Board of Directors.

A candidate who has received a failing result from the ABNM Part II-Oral examination may not appeal their final score. The decision of the two examiners for each of two Oral examinations, once validated by the Board Observer in each examination and certified by the full Board, will stand and be considered final by the Board of Directors.

 

 

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