Ok so here's a question that is for now, causing some confusion in my mind. An AVMA accredited school (as in the Schools in the US, Canada, 3 Australian, 1 NZ and the Schools in England and Scotland) will have their graduates just undertake the NAVLE, and then they would have to pass their provincial/state exam to gain licensing there. Am i on the right page thus far? An AVMA listed school graduate would have to undertake the NAVLE (we qualify to take this right, we won't need to take the Qualifying Examination (QE) right??), and then take the CPE (Clinical Proficiency Exam) whenever it is held, and then gain licensing in where we want to practice....right? Does that procedure seem to make sense to those of you who know about it/have undergone it/know of people that have done it? Really want to get this straight, in case i do want to come back and practice at home. This more so relates to practicing in Canada (where it is governed by the NEB (National examining board)), but any input on practicing in other places in the US and Canada would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks in advance!