Examination of applicants
- • issuing certificates
- • rules
(1) Examinations of applicants for certificates of registration shall be made by the State Board of Architect Examiners according to the method deemed by it to be the most practicable to test the applicants’ qualifications. Examinations shall be written or oral or both written and oral and shall cover such subjects and be graded on such basis as the board shall determine by administrative rule. The board may adopt the examination and the recommended grading procedures of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. The board shall prescribe the minimum educational and experience requirements for applicants by administrative rule.
(2) A certificate of registration shall be granted to all applicants who after the examinations are, in the opinion of a majority of the board, properly qualified. A certificate shall be denied to applicants who, in the opinion of the majority of the board, are not properly qualified. [Amended by 1973 c.832 §22]
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