(a) The board shall provide for at least one examination during each year and may
provide for such additional examinations as are necessary. A person desiring to take an examination shall make application at least 60 days before
taking the examination.
(b) The preparation, administration, reexamination and grading of the examination
shall be governed by the rules and regulations prescribed by the board. Examinations shall be designed to test the examinee's knowledge of and proficiency
in the subjects and techniques commonly taught in schools of veterinary medicine and
the laws and rules and regulations dealing with the practice of veterinary medicine
in Kansas. The board may adopt and use the examinations prepared by any national testing service
for veterinary medicine. The examination of applicants for license to practice veterinary medicine shall be
conducted according to methods deemed by the board to be the most practical and expeditious
to test the applicant's abilities and qualifications. The minimum passing scores shall be established by rules and regulations.
(c) After each examination, the executive director shall notify each examinee in writing
of the result of the examinee's examination within 60 days, and the board shall issue
a license to each applicant for a license who has successfully completed the examination.
The executive director shall record each new license and issue a license to each new
licensee. Any applicant for examination who does not attend the examination shall forfeit the
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