2006 Code of Virginia § 54.1-3930 - Reexaminations

54.1-3930. Reexaminations.

Any applicant who fails an examination given after July 15, 1960, may bereexamined not more than four additional times upon showing to the Board thathe has diligently pursued the study of law since the former examination andthat he remains otherwise qualified under the provisions of this article.However, the Board may allow an applicant who has taken the examination fivetimes to take additional examinations when, in the discretion of the Board,the applicant has shown mitigating circumstances which constitute good andsufficient cause for the applicant's failing the prior examination.

(Code 1950, 54-66; 1960, c. 379; 1988, c. 765.)

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