Alaska Medical Licensure

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Alaska Medical Licensure

Postby Licensure Expert » 25 Jan 2004, 01:13

Alaska Medical License

You must pass all 3 steps of the USMLE within 1 attempt each and within a 7 year time period. If you are a US graduate, you are eligible to SIT for the USMLE Step 3 exam after 1 year of Internship (Postgraduate training). For International Medical graduates (IMGs), 1 year of postgraduate training is required before you can take the Step 3 test.

Permanent medical licensure: US graduates, are eligible to apply for permanent medical license after completion of 2 year of GME / postgraduate training (Internship, Residency or Fellowship). International Medical graduates (IMGs) require completion of 3 years of GME / postgraduate training to be eligible to apply for permanent medical license.

For permanent medical license, you may be asked to appear for a interview (possibly)
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Postby Jim » 29 Jan 2004, 00:26

I heard that you dont have any taxes in Alaska and that the govt actually gives you profit from the sale of Oil. Can some one tell me if this is true??

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