Don't have to take NERB if you passed canadian board!

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  1. dmdmtl

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    Hi everybody!

    Just wanted to let you know that If you are a Canadian dentist and you passed the NDBE (canadian board), you are not required to take the NERB in Michigan/New York. I'm so happy!! This is such a good news as I don't have to take NERB anymore!

    I can now apply to get my license!!

    Good luck for all of you in NERB/WREB examination! I know how stressful It can be to prepare for that!
     
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  3. JamieMac

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    This is probably a dumb question, but in order to practice in Canada, do you have to take the Canadian boards even if you've already passed the NERB? i.e. the reverse scenario...just curious.
     
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    How about the new mandatory PGY-1 law in New York ? Even New York grads can't get licensed by NERB's anymore ...
     
  5. Mauricio45

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    Does anyone know if this is actually true or not and can verify this please? Thanks.
     

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