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Rule 4747-1-09 | Examination.


(A) The qualifying examination shall be a thorough testing of the knowledge required and shall be carried out as outlined in sections 4747.04, 4747.05 and 4747.08 of the Revised Code.

(B) The frequency of the examination shall be determined by the board based upon the number of applications received by the board. The board shall offer qualifying examinations at least once annually.

(C) Responsibility for filing an application for examination is the responsibility of the applicant.

(D) The board shall send notification of examination dates only to those individuals whose applications have been received by the board prior to the examination date. Notification may be made by any method reasonably designed to accurately inform the person including written and electronic notice.

(E) An applicant shall be assessed a fee not to exceed the actual cost to the board to retake the written examination in its entirety, and a fee of seventy-five dollars to retake the performance examination which shall be administered in its entirety only.

(F) A person who has failed to pass all sections of the written or the performance examination within three attempts, shall be required to submit a new application for the examination and retake the examination in its entirety.

Last updated September 11, 2023 at 1:47 PM

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 4747.04
Amplifies: 4747.08
Five Year Review Date: 10/24/2027
Prior Effective Dates: 2/1/1977, 4/15/1984, 2/15/1997, 10/1/2000