Ante, p. 451.
PUBLIC LAW 92-157-NOV. 18, 1971
" (b) Except as otherwise provided in this subpart, loans made under this subpart shall (to the extent feasible) be made on the same terms and conditions as are required with respect to loans made to studeuts of mediciue under the program established by subpart I. "(c)(1) No loan under this subpart shall be made to any student unless— " (A) prior to the date such student files application for such loan— " (i) he has made application for admission as a student in a school of medicine which is located in the United States; and "(ii) he has, in connection with the making of such application for admission to such school, undergone a written examination to determine his qualifications for admission as a student in such school; " (B) such student furnishes to the Secretary a certification from such school that— " (i) such student is qualified for admission as a student in such school, and "(ii) such student was denied admission as a student in such school solely because, for the school year for which such student applied for admission to such school, the number of qualified applicants for admission to such school exceeded the maximum number of students (as determined by such school) which such school was prepared to accept for admission for such year; and " (C) such student has not been accepted, before the date of approval of his application for a loan under this subpart, by a medical school located in the United States. "(2) No loan under this subpart shall be made to any student who has completed three years as a student in a school of medicine, unless— " (A) such student has passed an examination which— " (i) is prepared by a body or bodies which the Secretary recognizes as being qualified to prepare such an examination, and "(ii) is used to determine the qualifications of students in schools of medicine which are located outside the United States for admission (as transfer students) in schools of medicine which are located in the United States; and " (B) such student has made application for admission (as a transfer student) to, but has not been accepted by, a school of medicine which is located in the United States. «((j) fp^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^j^jg g^bpart thcre are authorized to be appropriated $1,750,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1972, and foV each of the next two fiscal years." SCHOLARSHIPS
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SxtiDy I N THE UNITED STATES.—
Effective with respect to scholarship grants made under subsection (a) ^ 79 Stat. 1055; of section 780 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 295g) for nte, p. 44. fiscal yeaps beginning after June 30, 1971— (1) subsection (b) of such section is amended to read as follows: