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On 6/26/2019 at 9:24 PM, PACShrink said:

If you are a new grad, you will be shadowing for a while.

You will probably be fine just applying and waiting until you get your license.

Shadowing in the new job? Honestly I hope so. I’m a new grad, taking the PANCE end of September and looking for a FM job in Jacksonville. I’m super nervous to start working and mainly wanting to find a good physician who will train me well. 
 

I’m applying for my temporary as we were strongly recommended by our program to. I assume we will have to do all of this anyways, might as well work on it now and have it transfer to an actual license after getting certified. 
 

Just did fingerprints yesterday, requested transcripts, and sent the two required forms to my school and NCCPA. 

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