N.J. Admin. Code § 13:31A-2.3 - Locksmith examination; re-examination
(a) All applicants for a license to provide locksmithing services shall obtain a passing score on the locksmith examination.
(b) An applicant taking the locksmithing examination for the first time shall take all sections of the examination. An applicant who fails to receive a passing score on any section(s) of the examination shall retake the failed section(s) as provided below:
1. An applicant shall retake the failed section(s) of the examination within 24 months of the date of the first examination.
2. If an applicant fails to obtain a passing score on the remaining section(s) during the second examination, the applicant shall not be eligible to retake the remaining section(s) of the examination for six months following the date of reexamination; and
3. If the applicant fails to obtain a passing score on the remaining section(s) during the third examination, the applicant shall forfeit all passing scores received on any section(s) and shall be required to retake all sections of the examination.
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