1. Each applicant for a license to practice as a doctor of Oriental medicine must
(a) Each examination required and administered by the National Certification Commission
for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine or its successor organization for certification
in Oriental medicine; and
(b) An examination approved by the Board that tests the applicant's knowledge and
understanding of the laws and regulations of this State relating to health and safety
in the practice of Oriental medicine.
2. The Board may establish by regulation for the examination required by paragraph
(b) of subsection 1:
(a) Additional subject areas to be included in the examination; and
(b) Specific methods for the administration of the examination, including, but not
limited to, written, oral, demonstrative, practical or any combination thereof.
3. The Board shall contract for the preparation, administration and grading of the
examination required by paragraph (b) of subsection 1.
4. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 5, the Board shall offer the examination
required by paragraph (b) of subsection 1 at least two times each year at a time and
place established by the Board.
5. The Board may cancel a scheduled examination required by paragraph (b) of subsection
1 if, within 60 days before the examination, the Board has not received a request
to take the examination.
6. A person who fails the examination required by paragraph (b) of subsection 1 may
retake the examination.
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