|(a) In order to attempt an examination, an examinee
(1) present PID;
(2) present a valid photo ID;
(3) report on time;
(4) not disrupt the examination;
(5) comply with all the written and verbal instructions
of the proctor; and
(6) shall not:
(A) bring any written material into the examination
(B) bring any electronic devices into the examination
(C) share, copy, or in any way reproduce any part of
(D) engage in any deceptive or fraudulent act to gain
(E) solicit, encourage, direct, assist or aid another
person to violate any provision of this section or to compromise the
integrity of the examination.
(b) Requests for accommodation shall be made according
to the following procedures:
(1) Individuals with diagnosed disabilities may request
reasonable accommodation 90 days prior to the scheduling of the initial
licensing examination per applicable laws. Special accommodations
will not be granted after the third failed attempt.
(2) Request for accommodation shall be made in a written,
notarized format, 90 days prior to the scheduling of a licensing examination,
preferably before an endorsement is issued. These requests should
be submitted to the commission for review and determination. Request
responses will be mailed no later than 60 days after receipt of request.
Incomplete request packages will be returned without review.
(3) Requested documents include:
(A) A letter from the Academy Coordinator documenting
accommodations made during the basic licensing course.
(B) Documentation should include a diagnosis of the
learning disability, conducted within two years of accommodation request.
The diagnosis must include prescribed accommodation parameters.
(C) The diagnosis must be conducted by a certified
specialist or a documented health professional or educational specialist
trained in the disability (i.e., Dyslexia Testing Specialist or a
documented health professional or educational specialist trained in
dyslexic training and assessment).
(4) The commission should be notified in writing if
an individual who has applied for an accommodation decides not to
utilize the accommodation or to withdraw a request for review. A waiver
of accommodation must be signed by applicant prior to scheduling of
(5) An appeal can be made by the applicant in writing
no later than two weeks after a denial determination. The appeal must
outline the rationale behind the appeal and a list of further accommodations
being requested for consideration. The Appeal will be reviewed by
the Executive Director for consideration. Final determinations will
be mailed to applicant no more than 30 days after receipt of the appeal.
(c) The commission may deny or revoke any license or
certificate held by a person who violates any of the provisions of
this section. The commission may file a criminal complaint against
any individual who steals or attempts to steal any portion of the
examination, reproduces without permission any part of the examination,
or who engages in any fraudulent act relating to the examination process.
(d) The effective date of this section is June 1, 2014.