What score do you need on the Navle to pass?
What is the passing score? NAVLE scores are expressed on a scale where the passing point is set at 425. If the licensing board requests the score to be reported on another scale (where 70 or 75 is passing) that will be done, with the scaled pass point of 425 equivalent to different local scores.
What percentage of students pass the Navle?
PASS RATE & PASSING SCORE According to chatter on the internet, the presumed passing threshold is about 60-70%.
What is the highest score on Navle?
The NAVLE is scored on a scale from 200 to 800 with a minimum passing score of 425.
How many times can you fail the Navle?
The second column shows boards that have adopted the ICVA policy limiting candidates to five attempts at the NAVLE in a five year period, with one year between each of the final two attempts.
How long is the Navle valid for?
NAVLE Retake Policy ICVA has recommended to licensing boards that candidates not be approved to take the NAVLE more than five times, and that they not be allowed to sit for the examination at a date that is later than five years after their initial attempt.
How difficult is the Navle?
Since it covers so much material, the NAVLE is a challenge for even the best vet students. “It is, without a doubt, the most difficult test a veterinarian will ever have to take,” Dr. Singleton says. It’s inevitable that some students will fail the exam.
Do Navle scores expire?
Certification remains valid indefinitely.
When can you retake the Navle?
NAVLE Retake Policy Each of the final two attempts must be at least one year from the previous attempt.
Do Navle results expire?
PAVE certificates do not expire. Certification remains valid indefinitely. A PAVE certificate is not a license to practice veterinary medicine in the United States. All PAVE candidates must meet state licensing requirements and pass the North American Veterinary Licensure Exam (NAVLE®).