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A. An applicant for licensure shall successfully pass an examination prescribed by the board.
B. Examination for a license to practice under this chapter shall include all subjects that are generally accepted as necessary for a thorough knowledge of the practice of homeopathic medicine. The board shall prescribe rules for conducting the examination and shall set the passing grade. If a person is seeking licensure pursuant to section 32-2912, subsection A, the examination may include subjects that are unique to that scope of practice.
C. The board shall review the examination of any applicant on the applicant's request. A grade on an examination reviewed by the board may be changed only by the majority vote of the members of the board. A person who fails to pass the initial licensure examination may be reexamined within one year after the date of the receipt of the original application fee without payment of additional fees. However, the applicant shall pay all additional fees associated with board prescribed investigatory examinations such as the special purpose licensing examination.
D. In a written examination, applicants shall be designated by numbers only and the corresponding names shall be kept secret until after the grading of the examinations.