it seems like they have changed. no one is giving me a clear answer, nerb or florida...it is rediculous. so many pple in my class are in trouble now bec we signed up for florida bec we thougth we would get nerb status. do you have any documentation that says they would give you nerb status after taking florida? any help would be really really appreciated. thanks!I had no problem getting NERB status. I just waited for the official scores from the FL boards and then submitted that paper that was included in the packet. Within about 2 weeks, I received my NERB certificate.
I don't know why they won't give you NERB status. If you are a dental student and have not graduated as yet, they may have to wait until you graduate, but don't quote me on that.
Seems like they should. On the NERB website under examinations there are two exams listed: NERB and Florida.it seems like they have changed. no one is giving me a clear answer, nerb or florida...it is rediculous. so many pple in my class are in trouble now bec we signed up for florida bec we thougth we would get nerb status. do you have any documentation that says they would give you nerb status after taking florida?
What is the REASON they denied giving you NERB status?is anyone having problems getting NERB status after passing FLORIDA BOARDS? I just passed the FL exam and NERB just told me they wont give me NERB status even though I have a paper stating that they will!!!
They aren't being clear but they told me that it is really up to the individual states to grant licensure. I told them that I understand that and all I want is the same piece of paper that they gave to other people who took Florida that states that they have obtained this "NERB status". They then told me that they don't even know if they can do that for me anymore....with no reason as to why. I could potentially lose thousands of dollars over this, not to mention the craziness of trying to find patients and sit for the clinical boards again. I am ready to go to court over this. Please, if anyone out there has any documentation, help us out!What is the REASON they denied giving you NERB status?
Right......but what about the other way around...NERB states accepting Florida. They did this the past 2 yrs..Here is the full PDF of the letter someone posted before by the FDA:
Seems like they will consider accepting ADLEX from other states but it will be for all NEW test takers (any dentists that have previously passed ADLEX from another state would not be eligible even if it is the same exact exam).
Has anyone had any updates/success with getting "NERB status" recently? I, too, am thinking of taking the Florida boards and was counting on this to practice in New Jersey. Now I'm not sure if I should just wait it out until this new ADLEX exam is administered and take it then.