1. Not less than three times each year, at such times and places as it determines,
the Board shall conduct examinations to determine the fitness of each of the following:
(a) Applicants for licenses as barbers.
(b) Applicants for licenses as apprentices.
(c) Applicants to enter barber schools.
2. The examination of applicants for licenses as barbers and apprentices must include
a practical demonstration and a written and oral test that must include the subjects
usually taught in barber schools approved by the Board.
3. Not less than 60 days before the date of an examination described in this section,
the Board shall provide notice of the examination on the Internet website maintained
by the Board.
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