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Subject to parts 2500.0700 to 2500.1000 and Minnesota Statutes, section 148.06, evidence of qualification for licensure, which must include passing the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners' tests: Part I, Part II, the Written Clinical Competency Examination, and the Physiotherapy Examination, or other approved licensing examination, must be received by the board before an applicant may sit for the examination. With the exception of those examinations, an applicant may not take examinations approved by the board more than six months before the applicant's expected date of graduation from an approved college of chiropractic.


No applicant is eligible for licensure until:


the prerequisites in item A have been completed;


the applicant has successfully completed the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Part IV Practical or other approved examination; and


the applicant has successfully completed all prerequisites, according to Minnesota Statutes, section 148.06, subdivision 1, clause (c), and taken the board's jurisprudence/ethics examination.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 148.08


15 SR 2734; 25 SR 1862

Published Electronically:

August 24, 2011