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Registration for the December 2017 Part II PAM and TMOD examination is now available.

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Candidates who pass all Parts of the "National Boards" (Parts I, II, III and TMOD or their equivalent) will be issued a certificate, without additional charge, recognizing this achievement. Certificates will be mailed approximately 12 weeks after passage of the three Parts (and the TMOD component), or their equivalent, and graduation has been confirmed by an accredited academic institution.

There is a $45 fee, per certificate, for individuals who need additional or replacement certificates.

National Board Certificates can be ordered online at:

https://www.optometry.org/certificate

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