(a) Upon approval
to take an examination in accordance with Rule .0207 of this Chapter, the Board
shall schedule and notify the approved applicant of the date, time, and place
of the examination.
Refrigeration Contractors Examinations shall be divided as follows:
(1) Commercial and Industrial shall be
divided into four parts; and
Service and Transport refrigeration shall be divided into three
examinations shall be written or computer based.
(d) In order to pass the examination, an
applicant shall obtain a grade of at least 70 percent of each part. An
applicant shall pass all parts of the examination within the same one year
period and within no more than three consecutive attempts. Each time an
applicant takes the examination, the applicant shall take all parts for which
he or she does not have passing grades. If the applicant fails to pass all
parts within one year or within three consecutive attempts (whichever period is
shorter), any passing grades for individual parts shall no longer be valid and
the applicant shall retake all parts of the examination.
(e) An applicant who fails an examination
must wait a period of five business days from the date he or she last failed an
examination before he or she will be eligible to take another
(f) Each applicant who
fails an examination shall be notified of his or her scores and the parts of
the examination he or she failed.
(g) An applicant who fails to appear at a
scheduled examination shall have the no show count toward the three attempts
described in Paragraph (d) of this Rule unless notice is given five business
days prior to the scheduled examination.
(h) If an applicant files an application for
examination that is approved, and takes and fails the examination, his or her
verification of refrigeration experience shall be kept and shall be sufficient
for taking any future examination, provided he or she files another application
accompanied by the required fee as set forth in these Rules.