(A) Upon completion of the prescribed course of eighteen hundred clock hours (or one thousand hours with valid Ohio cosmetology license), the barber school shall certify to the board that each student has performed not less than a combined total of eight hundred haircuts and facial shaves. Each barber school shall present to each student successfully completing the prescribed course, a certificate of graduation.
(B) Upon completion of the hours and units of practice as prescribed in paragraph (A) of this rule, the student may make application on a form provided by the board for an examination conducted by the board to determine his or her fitness to practice barbering in the state of Ohio. The student and the director of the school shall certify therein to the number of training hours completed by the student, and that the student has performed at least the minimum number of services required. An itemized statement of prescribed curriculum shall be notarized by the school and the student. While pending the date of examination, the barber school shall permit the student to continue to attend classes and practice.
(C) Any student who fails to pass the examination conducted by the board shall, within ninety days of said notification, reapply for examination and pay the required fee. If the student fails to reapply for examination within the ninety days, or fails the second examination, he or she shall be required to complete a further course of study of not less than two hundred clock hours in an approved school of barbering before he or she may reapply for examination.
(D) Each school must post a copy of the monthly report of student hours by the tenth day of each month. Students are responsible for checking this report and notifying the school office of any errors in their hours.
(E) Each barber school shall report to the board on or before the fifteenth day of each month, the number of clock hours of each student and the total number of clock hours of all students in attendance during the preceding month.