To be recognized by the state medical board as a qualified graduate of a fifth pathway training program, an applicant shall submit evidence satisfactory to the board that he has done all of the following:
(A) Studied medicine in a foreign medical school acknowledged by the world health organization and verified by a member state of that organization as operating within the state's jurisdiction at the time he studied medicine;
(B) Successfully completed all the formal requirements of the foreign medical school except internship or social service requirements;
(C) Prior to entrance into the fifth pathway training program, attained on a screening examination acceptable to the board a score satisfactory to a medical school accredited by the liaison committee on medical education;
(D) Successfully completed one academic year of fifth pathway training at a hospital affiliated with a medical school accredited by the liaison committee on medical education.
Effective Date: 04-30-1992 .