2006 Alabama Code - Section 34-17A-11 — Annual examinations.

The board shall conduct an examination at least once a year at a time and place designated by the board. All examinations shall be written, except where the Americans with Disabilities Act or other applicable federal laws would require an accommodation be made. Each applicant shall be designated so that his or her name shall not be disclosed to the board until the examinations have been graded. Examinations shall include questions in theoretical and applied fields as the board deems most suitable to test the knowledge and competence of the applicant to engage in the practice of marriage and family therapy. An applicant shall be held to have passed an examination upon affirmative vote of at least four members of the board. Any person who fails an examination conducted by the board shall not be admitted to a subsequent examination for a period of at least six months.

(Acts 1997, No. 97-170, p. 247, §11.)

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