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APMLE Part I

APMLE Part I (NBPME Part I) Test, is a test consisting of 205 questions. Candidates will have 5 hours to complete the entire test. APMLE Part I, is generally taken after the completion of the candidate's second year of study. APMLE Part I, evaluates the candidate's knowledge in the basic science areas of Anatomy, Lower Extremity Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Medical Microbiology, Immunology, Pathology, and Pharmacology. The 205 APMLE Part I questions covering these content areas are interspersed throughout the test.

APMLE Part II

APMLE Part II (NBPME Part II) Test, is a test consisting of 205 questions, and is generally taken near the completion of the candidate's final year of study. Candidates will have 5 hours to complete the entire test. APMLE Part II evaluates the candidate's knowledge in the clinical areas of General Medicine, Dermatology, Radiology, Orthopedics/Biomechanics; Surgery/Anesthesia/Hospital Protocol, and Community Health/Jurisprudence. The 205 APMLE Part II questions covering these content areas are interspersed throughout the test.

APMLE Part III

APMLE Part III (NBPME III) Test, is a test consisting of 205 questions, and is a licensing exam designed to evaluate whether a candidate's knowledge and clinical skills are adequate for safe practice. Candidates will have 5 hours to complete the entire test. APMLE Part III evaluates the candidate's knowledge in the clinical areas of General Medicine, Orthopedics/Biomechanics; Surgery/Anesthesia/ Medical Imaging, Community Medicine, Professionalism, and Evidence Based Medicine. The 205 APMLE Part III questions covering these content areas are interspersed throughout the test.