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15.14.09.00.htm 15.14.09.00. Title 15 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Subtitle 14 BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EXAMINERS Chapter 09 Qualifications for Licensure, by Examination, as a Veterinarian Authority: Agriculture Article, §2-304 and 2-307, Annotated Code of Maryland
15.14.09.01.htm 15.14.09.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter pertains to any individual applying to the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners for licensure, by examination, to practice veterinary medicine in this State.
15.14.09.02.htm 15.14.09.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "AVMA" means the American Veterinary Medical Association.. 2) "BCSE" means the Basic and Clinical Sciences Examination, developed by the American Veterinary Medical Association's Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates.3) "Board Examination" means the reading and comprehension of the laws and regulations governing the practice of veterinary m
15.14.09.03.htm 15.14.09.03. 03 Maryland State Examination.. A. Subject Matter.. 1) The Maryland State Examination shall consist of the:. a) Board Examination;. b) NAVLE;. c) BCSE and CPE, if the applicant is an FVG; and. d) Evaluated clinical experience, if the applicant is a PAVE graduate.. 2) In lieu of a passing score on the NAVLE, the Board, as provided under §E(2) of this regulation, may accept an applicant's passing scores on the NBE and CCT.B. Time and Place for Taking the NAVLE. The NBVME
15.14.09.04.htm 15.14.09.04. 04 Application Process for Taking the Maryland State Examination.. A. Eligibility. To be eligible to take the Maryland State Examination, an examination applicant shall:1) Be graduated from an AVMA-accredited or approved school of veterinary medicine;. 2) Be within approximately 8 months of graduating from an AVMA-accredited or approved school of veterinary medicine on the date the examination is taken;
15.14.09.05.htm 15.14.09.05. 05 License Issuance.. Except as otherwise provided under COMAR 15.14.08, the Board may not issue a license to practice veterinary medicine in this State to an applicant unless the applicant:A. Passes the Maryland State Examination, including submission of the notarized statement attesting to the fact that the applicant has read, and comprehends, the laws and regulations governing the practice of veterinary medicine in this State;
15.14.09.06.htm 15.14.09.06. 06 ECFVG.. A. Until June 30, 2012, an applicant shall obtain the clinical portion of the ECFVG program in one of the following ways:1) Obtaining a passing score on a CPE approved by the ECFVG; or. 2) Completing 1 year of evaluated clinical experience at an AVMA-accredited or approved school of veterinary medicine if that evaluated clinical experience was completed by June 30, 2007.B. After June 30, 2012, an applicant shall obtain the clinical portion of the ECFVG program by obtai
15.14.09.07.htm 15.14.09.07. 07 Notice of Pass or Fail of Maryland State Examination.. The Board shall notify each candidate if the candidate passes or fails the Maryland State Examination.
15.14.09.08.htm 15.14.09.08. 08 Taking Examination After Failure.. After failing the NAVLE, a candidate may take another examination by:. A. Making application directly to the NBVME; and. B. Meeting all other conditions as specified by the NBVME or its authorized representative..
15.14.09.9999.htm 15.14.09.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―11 adopted as an emergency provision effective January 15, 1980 (7:2 Md. R. 112) adopted permanently effective March 21, 1980 (7:6 Md. R. 609)Regulation .02 amended effective July 5, 1982 (9:13 Md. R. 1354) October 7, 1985 (12:20 Md. R. 1930) February 3, 1992 (19:2 Md. R. 156)Regulation .02E amended effective November 7, 1983 (10:22 Md. R. 1968). Regulation .03 amended effective July 5, 1982 (9:13 Md. R. 1354).
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