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Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by jpollei, 10.29.06.


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  1. jpollei

    jpollei Senior Member

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    This thread may die into oblivion, but it's easier than trying to fish through government websites to try to find the latest version of licensure requirements.
    If any of ya'll are CERTAIN (not just "I think") of what current licensure requirements in various states are, could you please list them. Also, please make mention if there are any caviats/alternatives for those who have completed specialty training. For example:

    -In North Carolina you must either pass CITA, or obtain licensure by credentials after 5 years of continuous practice prior to licensure app. No special considerations for specialists.

    Hopefully this can serve as a (relatively) reliable, quick resource. Thanks all.
     
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    in New York state, starting for the class of 2007, one must complete at least a PGY-1 CODA accrediated residency in order to get licensed. The NERB will no longer be accepted for the clinical exam.

    How ever, you still have to take and pass the written NERB I believe.
     
  3. dr.sal

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    HI

    I VE BEEN IN PRACTICE FOR ALMOST 10 YEARS ...5 IN INDIA AND ANOTHER 5 YEARS IN KUWAIT ......WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THERE IS ANY PLACE/STATE WHERE I COULD PRACTICE ...WITH OUT GOING TO SCHOOL ..........I FEEL THE WHOLE PROCEDURE IS A LONG PRCEDURE AND ALSO NOT EASY GETTING BACK TO BOOKS AFTER SUCH A LONG TIME ...:oops:

    AND ANOTHER THING IS IT BETTER TO DO DDS/MS

    THANKS
     
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    Dr. Sal............ try looking into Minnesota...
     
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    I passed clinical licensure exam of Cal last year and as I know I couldn't apply for WREB at that time.
    Maybe, it has been changed after that.
    In my case, can I work at other states after I pass wreb?

    In addition, anyone know how can I get a job in California?
    How much salary can I usually earn if I grt a job in Cal?
    I have no information because I'm living in Canada.
     
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    I heard that CA just passed the Optional PGY1 law for licensure, which means that if u have done a residency program of atleast 1 yr, you can be licensed in CA without taking the boards. I don't know the clauses to this, so if somebody does, please share.
     
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    thanks itsme for the information.
     
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    Cogratulation ! I was planning to take the california dental board next year . For now I am searching for reviewers and past exam papers foe endo, perio and prostho . Do you still have your reviewers ? What are they ? can you sell it for me ? please pm me .
     
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    QUESTION: If one has a NY license that they obtained by doing a PGY-1 residency. Will you be able to go to the states listed as accepting regional as well as State licenses.


     

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