|2013 Exam Application.pdf||340.41 KB|
|Cert. of Recommendation.pdf||78.36 KB|
|Cert. of Recommendation-North Carolina notary.pdf||121.79 KB|
|Verification Form.pdf||107.2 KB|
|Reciprocity information 2013.pdf||24.1 KB|
|Pass-Fail Exam Statistics 2001-present.pdf||182.92 KB|
All requests regarding licensure should be made in writing and sent to the following address:
NC Board of Podiatry Examiners
1500 Sunday Drive, Suite 102
Raleigh, NC 27607-5151
(For podiatrists from other jurisdictions seeking reciprocity, please see the "Reciprocity Information 2013" document at right side of screen.)
Application for Licensure Deadlines:
N.B. The dates and location for the 2014 licensing exam have not yet been finalized.
The following information is for the 2013 exam and can be used as a guideline:
The Deadline for submitting the COMPLETED application with all supplemental materials received by the Board is 4:00 p.m. (Eastern) on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. The following materials should be submitted:
- Fee of $350.00
- Copy of high school transcript/diploma
- Copies of college transcripts/diploma
- Podiatry school proof of graduation (diploma or letter)
- Official transcript from podiatry school
- Official National Podiatry Board Exam ("American Podiatric Medical Licensing Exam "APMLE") scores (Parts I, II & III/PM-Lexis) sent directly from National Board or Federation to NC Board.
- Three (3) Letters of Recommendation using the Certificate of Recommendation (for North Carolina notaries, there is a different format for Certificate of Recommendation):
- A licensed Podiatrist;
- A second licensed Podiatrist; and,
- A third licensed Podiatrist or an MD
- Residency certificate completion certificate sent directly to the NC Board from residency director. (For those persons interested in a podiatry practice preceptorship, the American Academy of Podiatry Practice Management offers one--http://www.aappm.org/pmp.html--but this does not substitute for a clinical residency.)
- For podiatrists licensed in other states, please have the License Verification form completed by the other state(s) and submitted to the NC Board.
The 2013 examination will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4, at the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel, One Europa Drive, Chapel Hill, NC. The exam is administered over a two-day period and consists of Oral and Written sections. Successful candidates of this exam are expected to return to Raleigh in the summer (Saturday, June 29, 2013, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm) for a half-day, North Carolina-specific, practice- and ethics-training with test to receive licensure.
It is highly recommended that an exam candidate use a National Board Review Course study manual or atttend a National Board Review Course to prepare for the North Carolina Exam.
The Pass-Fail ratios and other exam statistics are listed on the PDF to the right side.
The deadline for receipt of application, fee, and all documents for the 2013 exam is March 6, 2013.