Participants Aren’t Thrown a Curve by OLA

To ensure fairness and relevancy, the ABR’s exams and assessments are criterion-referenced. That includes Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), the ongoing evaluation tool that enables diplomates to fulfill Part 3 of Maintenance of Certification. Criterion-referenced exams and assessments aren’t graded on a curve, and a participant’s score isn’t impacted by others’ performances. In addition, OLA questions…
Some diplomates are confused about the number of questions they need to answer to meet their Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) annual progress requirement. In most cases, participants must answer 52 questions per year and not all responses need to be correct. OLA passing standards are unique to each participant and are based on the question-rating…
Much work must be done before we begin offering remote exams in February 2021. Among those tasks is meeting our commitment to keeping candidates informed. We will continue to communicate through several avenues to ensure that candidates remain up to date as we transition to remote exam delivery. For starters, candidates will receive personalized emails…
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