Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 480-2-.04 - Examinations

(1) For licensure, an individual must successfully pass the NAPLEX, a jurisprudence examination approved by the Board and a practical examination approved by the Board.
(a) An individual is not eligible to take the examinations for licensure until such individual has graduated from an approved college or school of pharmacy and has completed all internship requirements.
(2) The NAPLEX examination is made available throughout the year, with the jurisprudence and practical portions of the examinations being given at specified times. Applications must be in the Board office in accordance with the deadlines established by the Board.
(a) Candidates for a Georgia license are required to make a minimum grade of 75 on the NAPLEX examination. Applicants are also required to obtain a minimum score of 75 on the Georgia Practical examination, and a minimum score of 75 on the jurisprudence examination. A score of less than 70 on any section of the Georgia practical examination invalidates all the scores from that administration of the Georgia Practical examination; and
(3) The Board will provide reasonable accommodation to a qualified applicant with a disability in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The request for an accommodation by an individual with a disability must be made in writing and received in the Board's office by the application deadline along with appropriate documentation, as indicated in the Request for Disability Accommodation Guidelines.

Notes

Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 480-2-.04
O.C.G.A. 26-4-27, 26-4-4 and 26-4-42.
Original Rule entitled "Examinations" adopted. F. Mar. 21, 2001; eff. Apr. 10, 2001. Amended: F. May 7, 2013; eff. May 27, 2013.

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