(a) If an
applicant does not appear for the national examination within four months from
the date of the letter sent by the Board notifying the applicant that his or
her credentials have been approved for the national examination by the Board,
the applicant she shall be deemed to have failed the examination.
(b) If the applicant does not appear for the
national examination within the time period set forth in Paragraph (a) of this
Rule, the applicant shall be permitted to take the examination within the next
consecutive four months without reapplying for licensure.
(c) If the applicant does not appear for an
examination within the second four-month period, he or she shall be deemed to
have failed the examination a second time and must reapply for licensure.
Except as exempt under
90-270.4, after failing to appear for the
examination for the second time, an applicant shall not practice or offer to
practice psychology without first becoming licensed by the Board.
21 N.C. Admin.
Code 54 .1904
September 1, 1982;
Amended Eff. April 1, 2001; May 1, 1996; October
1, 1991; March 1, 1989; July 1, 1985.
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