COMLEX LEVEL 1 Exam Review Course

NOTICE OF CHANGE: COMLEX LEVEL 1 adopts Pass Fail Scoring

The COMLEX-USA program will change score reporting for LEVEL 1 from a three-digit numeric score to reporting only a pass/fail outcome. All candidates will receive their performance information as it relates to the national mean performance of those who have taken COMLEX-USA Level 1 for the first time. This feedback (Low/Average/High) identifies areas of strength and weakness and may be useful to guide a study plan for failing candidates. The minimum blueprint percentage allocated to the competency domains and clinical presentations will also be presented. Discipline scores will no longer be included in either candidate or school reports. This policy will take effect on or after May 10, 2022.

NBOME – COMLEX-USA Level 1 to Eliminate Numeric Scores

Level 1 – WOLFPACC Overview

Our comprehensive review covers all the basic medical sciences in an organ system based approach know as the “POWER 5”.

The POWER 5 approach is designed to teach a major system and correlate it to the previous one presented.  This approach takes the memorization out of medicine and shows you that all the organs are connected through physiology. As each week passes here at the program, you will gain not only knowledge and how to apply it, but will truly enjoy the learning experience.  This method allows you to have total command of the material in every situation when presented. 

The live lecture is taught in a very interactive manner.  This means that students are inspired to openly ask questions.  This removes the repetitive nature of most programs and their passive learning style.  Students are taught concepts, retention techniques, clinial thinking, and not rote memorization.  We provide everything a student needs to succeed and pass the COMLEX Level 1 with high scores.

The Level 1 exam is the first step taken by medical students and graduates seeking to practice medicine in the United States. The purpose of the COMLEX Level 1 exam is to assess an individual’s basic science knowledge. This is a multiple choice exam and is organized into general science principles and individual organ systems. There is a strong emphasis on the application of basic science principles in the practice of clinical medicine.

Covered material includes, but not limited to:  Anatomy, Neurology, Behavioral Science, Biochemistry, Genetics, Physiology, Microbiology, Immunology, Pharmacology, Pathology and Statistics. This course also includes OMM Modules with Osteopathic specific curriculum. 

Course Structure:

  • Lectures are M-F, from 8:00am – 12:00pm, followed by tutoring and drills with plenty of time left over for self-study.
  • Campus hours 8:00am – 8:00pm (M-F).
  • Saturday building open from 8:00am-5:00pm.
  • Classes have 10 min. breaks every hour.

Included Services:  (services may vary depending on 4 week or 8 week session)

  • 8-week Guarantee 
  • Group Sessions (8-week students)
  • Live Lectures
  • Q-bank included for 8 week sessions
  • Lecture Materials
  • Level 1 test-taking skill sessions
  • One-on-One Tutoring Sessions
  • OMT specific module material
  • Weekly challenge exams

Pricing: Side by Side course comparison