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Title 201 | Chapter 014 | Regulation 015


201 KAR 14:015REG
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201 KAR 14:015.Retaking of examination.

Section 1.

Probationary License Examination Requirements.

(1)

An applicant shall pass each portion of the probationary examination with a score of at least seventy-five (75) percent.

(2)

(a)

Except as provided by paragraphs (b) and (c) of this subsection, an applicant who does not successfully complete one (1) portion of the probationary exam may reapply to sit for the failed portion only.

(b)

A passing score on one (1) portion of the probationary exam shall only be used for a period of one (1) year to exempt the applicant from retaking that portion of the examination.

(c)

1.

If an applicant has failed one (1) or more portions of the probationary examination two (2) consecutive times, the applicant shall be required to:

a.

Return to a barber school licensed by the board for eighty (80) additional hours of training; and

b.

Retake the entire examination.

2.

Each unsuccessful attempt to pass the examination thereafter shall require the applicant to complete the conditions delineated in subparagraph 1. of this paragraph.

Section 2.

An examination fee shall be required for each examination, in accordance with 201 KAR 14:180.

Section 3.

Teacher License Examination Requirements.

(1)

An applicant who has failed one (1) or more portions of the teacher exam may reapply to sit for:

(a)

The entire exam; or

(b)

The failed portion or portions only.

(2)

A passing score on one (1) or more portions of the teacher exam shall only be used for a period of one (1) year to exempt the applicant from retaking that portion or portions of the examination.

HISTORY: (KBB:Appr.Exam.1; 1 Ky.R. 723; eff. 6-11-1975; 10 Ky.R. 892; 1067; eff. 2-1-1984; 38 Ky.R. 86; 508; eff. 10-7-2011; 40 Ky.R. 1856; 2412; eff. 6-6-2014; 42 Ky.R. 2920; 43 Ky.R. 194; eff. 9-2-2016.)

7-Year Expiration: 9/2/2023

Last Action: 12/15/2021


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