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(2) The Board shall mail applications for renewal at least one month prior to the expiration date.

(3) The licensee shall be responsible for notifying the Board if a renewal notice is not received.

(22) "Waiver of national licensing examination" means that the Board may waive the national licensing examination if the applicant previously took the examination in another state and met the requirements for a passing score as set forth in §B(14) of this regulation.

(23) "Written competency" means that the applicant who did not graduate from a recognized English-speaking educational institution has obtained a passing score, as determined by the Board, on the Test of English as a Foreign Language administered by the Educational Testing Service.

(15) "Physical therapy aide" or "aide" means a person who performs certain physical therapy duties under the direct supervision of a licensed physical therapist.

This individual may be known, also, as a physical therapist technician, a rehabilitation technician, an athletic trainer, or be described by some other similar title.

(1) An application on the form the Board requires; (2) The application fee established in COMAR ; (3) A post-graduation transcript of credits; (4) A sworn statement that the applicant is not now nor has ever been licensed in another state; (5) Evidence, satisfactory to the Board, that the applicant is registered to take, or has taken, the national licensing examination in another state; and (6) A copy of a letter or form to the appropriate reporting service requesting that licensing examination scores be sent to the Board.

(1) An application on the form the Board requires; (2) The application fee established in COMAR ; (3) A post-graduation transcript of credits; (4) A copy of a current physical therapy license; (5) Verification of current license on the form the Board requires; and (6) A copy of a letter or form to the appropriate reporting service requesting that licensing examination scores be sent to the Board.

(4) "Evaluations" means procedures which include, but are not limited to: (a) Testing of strength, sensation, and reflexes; (b) Goniometric measurements and their interpretation; (c) Assessments of function, muscle tone, developmental levels, accessory motions, posture, and pain scale.

(5) "Goals" means the expected outcome as the result of therapy.

(13) "Oral competency" means that the applicant who did not graduate from a recognized English-speaking educational institution has obtained a passing score, as determined by the Board, on the Test of English as a Foreign Language administered by the Educational Testing Service.

(14) "Passing score" means the result of two examinations: (a) When taken before March, 1996, within the 1.5 standard deviation, based on the national average of the national licensing examination or, when taken in March, 1996, and after that, the criterion-referenced score set by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy; and (b) 90 percent of the total on the Maryland Physical Therapy Jurisprudence Examination.

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