Yes. The Foundations of Oriental Medicine, Biomedicine, Acupuncture with Point Location, and
Chinese Herbology exams are offered in Chinese and Korean languages.
English language exams:
The English language versions of the NCCAOM exams are offered year-round on computer at Pearson VUE test centers. “Approved to Test” candidates (those who received an Authorization to Test (ATT) letter in the mail from the NCCAOM) can take the Foundations of Oriental Medicine, Biomedicine, Acupuncture with Point Location, and Chinese Herbology exams throughout the year, pending availability at their desired test center location.
Foreign language exams:
There are currently Chinese and Korean language versions of the NCCAOM exams, which are also offered on computer at Pearson VUE test centers in linear format. Foreign language exams are not offered year-round, and in 2018 will only be available during these time periods: June 18-
30 and October 1-13*. For more information, such as the exam format and content outlines, click
on the link for Foreign Language Exams from the General Examination Information page on the
*Please note that there must be a sufficient number of candidates registered to take a foreign language exam during an administration period, otherwise NCCAOM will cancel the exam. All candidates registered for the canceled exam will be refunded their entire payment to the credit card that was originally charged.