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How many hours is the NBEO® Optometry Part I ABS® Applied Basic Science Exam?
The NBEO® Optometry Part I ABS® Applied Basic Science Exam is 14 hours.
How many questions is the NBEO® Optometry Part I ABS® Applied Basic Science Exam?
The NBEO® Optometry Part I ABS® Applied Basic Science Exam is 350 questions.
What topics are covered on the NBEO® Optometry Part I ABS® Applied Basic Science Exam?
Topics include: Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Immunology, Microbiology, Pathology, Optics, and Pharmacology
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Jasleen Jhajj BS, OD Assistant Professor NOVA Southeastern University F.A.A.O., NBEO, CSAO Miami FL
Cliff M Caudill OD Associate Professor Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs Un of Pikeville/KY College of Optometry Fellow, American Academy of Optometry (FAAO) Pikeville KY
Evan J Kaufman OD Assistant Professor Clinical Optometrist University of Virginia Medical Center Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO), Fellow of the Virginia Academy of Optometry (FVAO) Charlottesville VA
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