- A candidate who has failed an examination may participate in a reexamination no sooner than six months from the exam previously taken by the candidate. In order to participate in a reexamination, the candidate must submit an application for a reexamination accompanied by the examination fee pursuant to Section 7-206.
- An applicant or candidate who is disqualified from an examination may not participate in an examination or reexamination for a period as determined by the Office, but not less than a period of one year from the date of disqualification.
- The applicant may refile for an examination by submitting an application, documents and fees pursuant to Sections 7-203 and 7-206.
- A candidate who passes all sections of the Class “A” or “B” exam except one, may retest in only that section. Failure to achieve a passing score on the retested section will be considered failure of the entire exam. The candidate may apply to retake the complete exam pursuant to subsections (a) and (b).
Authority: Health and Safety Code Sections 18929 and 129675–130070.
Reference: Health and Safety Code Section 129850.