Rule 4751-1-07 | Examination and passing grade.
(A) Every applicant for a nursing home administrator's license shall be required to pass the national and state examinations.
(B) The board shall accept the passing grade which is set by NAB for each section of the examination separately, and shall apply such grade uniformly to all applicants taking that examination.
(C) If an oral examination is used, totally or as part of the examination process, the board shall use the current examinations used by the national association of long-term care administrator boards. Prior authorization for use of an oral examination must be granted by the board.
(D) Failure to make a passing grade on any section of a required examination constitutes failure to pass that examination. The applicant shall be required to repeat the section or sections previously failed. The applicant must submit a new application to test which shall be approved by the board office prior to retesting.
(E) If an applicant fails three times to attain a passing grade on any of the examinations, the applicant is no longer eligible to sit for the examinations until the applicant meets the requirements of rule 4751-1-05 of the Administrative Code and such additional education and experience requirements as may be prescribed by the board.
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