Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination of the United States

(COMLEX)

COMLEX-USA is a three-level licensure examination designed to assess the medical knowledge and clinical skills for the competent practice of osteopathic medicine.

 

How We Help

Personalized

Our expert tutors will design every aspect of the student’s tutoring to suit the student’s personal way of learning. This personalized tutoring and study style will ensure progress.

Comprehensive Approach

From question approach strategies, in-depth content review, study plan and resource guidance, our tutors are here to address every detail during the student’s COMLEX preparation.

Practice Tests

Practice COMSAEs will be used strategically to assess progress and ensure the student’s successful preparation.

Resources

Our tutors will help every student decide which resources are best for their specific COMLEX and for their personal preparation.

Study Plan

Using the selected resources, our tutors will help devise an effective schedule within the constraints of each student’s personal situation.

Frequency

Our students most benefit from meeting with our tutors 1-4 hours per week, depending on how much time remains before taking the COMLEX.


COMLEX Level 1

COMLEX Level 1 assesses the student’s ability to integrate the foundational understanding of basic science concepts essential for the practice of medicine.

The examination consists of two sessions of four hours for a total of about 400 questions.

 

COMLEX Level 2 CE

COMLEX-USA Level 2-Cognitive Evaluation (CE) assesses the student’s ability to integrate the fundamental clinical science concepts to demonstrate the solving of clinical problems and providing adequate medical care to patients.

The examination consists of four-hour test sessions for a total of about 400 questions.

 

COMLEX Level 3

COMLEX-USA Level 3 is a two-day computer-based examination assessing a physician’s ability to deliver safe and effective osteopathic medical care and promote health.

The examination consists of four test sessions of 3.5 hours each, taken over two days (two sessions per day). The exam contains approximately 420 questions in the multiple choice question (MCQ) format and test questions related to approximately 28 clinical decision-making cases. 

 

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