License examinations shall be conducted under rules prescribed by the state board of psychology. Each applicant shall be examined for knowledge in whatever theoretical or applied fields of psychology the board considers appropriate. The examination for the school psychologist license shall be prepared and administered by a school psychology licensing committee responsible to the board and consisting of five licensed school psychologists or licensed psychologists who shall be certificated school psychologists appointed by the board for staggered five-year terms, according to rules adopted by the board. Examinations shall be given at least twice annually at such time and place and under such supervision as the board prescribes. Except as provided in section 4732.16 of the Revised Code, each applicant shall pay an application and license fee established by the board of not less than seventy-five nor more than one hundred fifty dollars, no part of which shall be returned. If an applicant fails an examination, he may be admitted, after no less than six months, to a subsequent examination upon payment of an additional fee as established by the board. After failing three examinations, a person is not eligible for licensure until he completes such additional training as the board prescribes.
Effective Date: 07-01-1993