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STATE BOARD STATISTICS FOR 1914

JAMA. 1915;LXIV(17):1401-1422. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570430033014.
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THE ANNUAL PRESENTATION BY THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION OF RESULTS OF STATE BOARD EXAMINATIONS  On pages 1402 to 1411 are three tables, A, B and C, giving in detail the results of the various state medical license examinations held during 1914. These statistics are complete, since full reports were obtained from all state licensing boards.Tables A and B have been arranged so that, read from left to right, they give the results by colleges, showing the number of graduates appearing for examination in each state, whether they passed or failed, the total number examined during the year, the number who passed, the number who failed, the percentage of failures and the number of states in which graduates of each school appeared for examination. Read from above downward, they give the results by states, showing the number registered and rejected from each college, the total number examined, the total

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