What are "license types" on the form?

There are specific license types depending on in which you practice. If you do not see your license type on the online form please contact us using the link at the bottom of this page. We will provide your feedback for possible inclusion in the form in the future.
 
As an example, please see below for an explanation of each license type for the state of California:
 
Type A: Licensee is a U.S. or Canadian medical school graduate whose pathway to licensure was based on: 1) The FLEX, USMLE, or LMCC written examination and has been licensed less than four years in another state, OR 2) An international medical school graduate whose pathway to licensure was based on the above exams or approved combinations of the NBME, FLEX, and USMLE.
 
Type C: Licensee is a U.S., Canadian, or international medical school graduate whose pathway to licensure was based on licensure in another state for four or more years. Additionally, international graduates may also be subject to the C-SPEX examination.
 
Type G: Licensee is a U.S. or Canadian medical school graduate whose pathway to licensure was based on the NBME examination.
 
For more information about California state license types, please visit:

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