Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0120-01-.13 - EXAMINATIONS - GENERAL

(1) If an applicant passes the required examination(s) and is not approved for registration, the applicant's application will be held pending. Such applicant may request to appear before the full Board at its next scheduled meeting.
(2) An applicant's examination results may be invalidated and an applicant may be prohibited from taking the examination for a period of time as determined by the Board for violations of examination policies, procedures, and candidate agreements, including, but not limited to:
(a) Communicating with another examinee during administration of the examination;
(b) Copying another examinee's answers or permitting another examinee to copy one's answers;
(c) Possessing unauthorized devices or materials during the examination;
(d) Impersonating an examinee or permitting an impersonator to take the examination on one's behalf;
(e) Removing any secured examination materials from the examination room;
(f) Unauthorized disclosure of examination questions or content;
(g) Failure to cooperate with the Board's or any appropriate examination authority's investigation of examination irregularities;
(h) Disruptive or abusive behavior; or
(i) Other actions that would compromise the integrity or security of the examination.
(3) Any licensure examination taken and passed in another jurisdiction by the examinee, while the examinee is barred from taking an examination in Tennessee, will not be acceptable for licensure purposes in Tennessee.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0120-01-.13
Original rule certified May 3, 1974. Repeal and new rule filed October 2, 1978; effective January 29, 1979. Repeal and new rule filed January 14, 1980; effective February 28, 1980. Amendment filed January 19, 1995; effective April 4, 1995. Amendment filed February 26, 1999; effective May 12, 1999. Amendment filed March 9, 2007; effective May 23, 2007. Amendment filed December 11, 2012; effective March 11, 2013. Amendment filed September 15, 2015; effective 12/14/2015.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 62-2-203(c) and 62-2-301(a).

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