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A State-approved medical physicist and has been conducting medical physicist surveys under the interim regulations. He or she has well over 40 contact hours of documented specialized training in conducting surveys of mammography facilities and has performed dozens of facility surveys.

However, the physicist does not have a physical science degree and will obtain a bachelor's degree in physics by April 28, 1999. Will his or her survey experience count?

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No. The experience and survey training must be met after fulfilling the degree requirement for those physicists expecting to qualify with a bachelor’s degree.

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