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Chapter 700-3 EXAMINATION

Rule 700-3-.01 Examination

(1) The Board adopts the NAVLE, as developed by the National Board Examination Committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association, as the required test for licensure consideration. The Board reserves the right to adopt other examination similar in nature and scope.
(2) To qualify for Georgia licensure the candidate must take and pass the NAVLE. The Board will adopt a passing score to be used for the NAVLE examination. Applicants who have previously taken and passed the NBE and CCT must have their scores reported to the Board by the Interstate Reporting Service (IRS). A score of 75 or greater is required on each examination.
(3) Passing text scores from previous National Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE) and Clinical Competence Test (CCT) will be accepted for licensure consideration.
(4) Applicants for Georgia licensure must have applied for licensure and submitted the required documents and fees to be considered eligible to take the NAVLE.