Historical Rule for the Texas Administrative Code

RULE §363.9Reexamination
Repealed Date:09/01/2017

(a) Any applicant that fails only one part of a multiple part examination and passes all other parts of the same examination may retake the one part that was failed, without having to retake the entire examination, subject to the following conditions:

  (1) A passing score is a score of at least 70 points,

  (2) A failing score is a score of 69.9 points or less,

  (3) A time limit of three hours is allotted for reexamination of the one failed part,

  (4) The full examination fee must be submitted with the application for reexamination.

(b) Any applicant that fails more than one part of a multiple part examination must schedule to retake the entire examination.

(c) In cases of examination failure (all or part), the Board shall require the following before the applicant retakes a regularly scheduled examination:

  (1) First failure: a 30-day training period,

  (2) Second failure: a 60-day training period,

  (3) Third and subsequent failures: a 90-day training period.

Source Note: The provisions of this §363.9 adopted to be effective May 18, 1982, 7 TexReg 1748; amended to be effective August 25, 1993, 18 TexReg 5399; amended to be effective December 8, 1993, 18 TexReg 8785; amended to be effective December 9, 1998, 23 TexReg 12304; amended to be effective January 30, 2001, 26 TexReg 974

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