Section 96.5 - Admission to the examination

96.5 Admission to the examination.

(a) An applicant shall be determined qualified and eligible to take the examination for licensing as a nursing home administrator when the applicant has successfully documented to the Board that he or she has met or exceeded the age, moral character and suitability, education including courses of study, and experience qualifications for licensure as established by the Board.

(b) An applicant for examination who does not qualify shall be given written notification by the Board of his or her lack of qualification and the reasons therefor. Within 30 days of the mailing of such notification, the applicant may petition the Board in writing for a review of his or her application.

(c) A candidate for licensure who does not receive a passing grade on his or her licensing examination within five years of notification by the Borad of his/her eligibility to sit for the examination shall be required to reapply and requalify under the then current laws and rules and regulations. The candidate shall be permitted to take the licensing examination no more than three times during the five-year period of eligibility.

Effective Date: 
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
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