Examinations administered by board
- • rules
(1) The Oregon Board of Psychology shall adopt rules governing examinations required by the board.
(2) When the board requires a board administered examination, the board shall:
(a) Maintain a complete record of the proceedings and of the questions asked and responses given; and
(b) Inform applicants in writing of the examination results for each tested subject area.
(3) Upon written request to the board, an applicant who fails a board administered examination may review the record of the examination. To ensure and maintain test security, the applicant shall sign a confidentiality agreement prior to reviewing the record of the examination.
(4) Any applicant who fails a board administered examination shall be:
(a) Allowed to petition the board to reconsider the results of the entire examination or the results of a particular tested area.
(b) Reexamined only in the tested areas in which the applicant did not receive a passing grade. [1985 c.90 §6; 1997 c.681 §1; 2005 c.7 §3; 2017 c.6 §6]
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