New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) is eager to announce a 98 percent pass rate for students who took the recent National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) Part IV exam. The NBCE exams test the competency of chiropractic students and most states require that a student pass the NBCE boards as a part of becoming a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic.

"We are continually proud of the achievements of our students on NBCE examinations.  The recent Part IV Board scores exemplify the excellence of our faculty and the Doctor of Chiropractic program at NYCC," said Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Anne Killen.

Recognized as a leading institution for the education and training of natural healthcare professionals and academicians, NYCC has long been known to have a rigorous curriculum, consistently preparing students to pass the NCBE exams, more commonly referred to as the "boards".

National Board examinations are divided into two sections: written examinations (Part I, II, III and Physiotherapy) and practical examinations (Part IV) and have been administered by the NBCE since 1965. The NBCE Part IV exam consists of three major sections: Diagnostic Imaging (DIM), Chiropractic Technique and Case Management.

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