The number is probably between 10-20 students each year.

No, it’s for all of the first 4 semesters.

FOM: 5 FOM precomp exams, 3 anatomy precomps, 3 FOM comp exams, 3 anatomy practical exams, 3 OMM practicals. You must have >70% in FOM, Anatomy practicals, and OMM practicals to successful pass all 3 aspects of FOM. However, if you fail FOM, you immediately start remediation in the spring and restart with the following year’s class. If you ONLY fail anatomy OR OMM (cannot fail 2 labs), then you remediate that lab in the summer and continue with your original class.

Same rules for labs and needing >70% applies:

PPOM1 (spring first year): 4 precomps, 1 neuroanatomy practical, 4 comp exams, 4 OMM practicals.

PPOM2 (fall year 2): 3 precomps, 3 comps, 3 OMM practicals.

PPOM3 (spring year 2): 3 precomps, 3 comps, 3 OMM practicals, done at the end of April to start dedicated for boards until July 1.

There are benchmark exams mixed in throughout year 2 to prepare and determine readiness for boards. There are also doctor-patient relationship exam checkoffs and standardized patient encounters throughout both years. In year 2, you have to earn competency “badges” to pass the DPR lab portion of the PPOM courses.