Examination dates are set each year in June. There are no deadlines for requests to take the examination.
The Arkansas Board of Podiatric Medicine may make rules and regulations governing the conduct of the examinations as it deems necessary, and violation of the rules and regulations will subject the applicant to the loss of the examination fee.
- Examinations will be written and clinical in the English language.
- The board will approve and designate the examinations to be given to those individuals who desire a license to practice podiatric medicine in the State of Arkansas. The board will set forth the standards for successful completion of the examination for licensure.
An applicant who fails to pass an examination and is refused registration by the board may be entitled to a reexamination within six (6) months after the refusal.
- The examination will be at a meeting of the board called for the examination of applicants.
- The applicant will pay an additional fee to be established by the board in an amount not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100) for each reexamination.
- Two (2) such reexaminations shall exhaust the privilege under the original application.
- The Board shall operate in full compliance with all state laws, including the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act Ark. Code Ann. § 25-19-101 et seq and the Arkansas Administrative Procedure Act Ark. Code Ann. § 25-15-201 et seq.
- Any interested person may obtain information, including copies of all forms used by the Board, whose name and address is appended hereto.