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32-1327 - State equivalent examination; national board examination
32-1327. State equivalent examination; national board examination
A. A person who desires to take either the funeral service science section or the funeral service arts section of the state equivalent examination shall submit to the board:
1. An examination application on a form prescribed by the board.
2. Documentation of a high school diploma or its equivalent.
3. Documentation of the person's graduation from an accredited or provisionally accredited school of mortuary science.
4. All applicable fees pursuant to section 32-1309.
B. The board shall schedule and administer the state equivalent examination at least once each year. The state equivalent examination shall consist of a two part written examination with at least seventy questions.
C. A person who takes both sections of the state equivalent examination or the national board examination must achieve a passing score.
D. The board shall accept a passing score that an applicant achieved on a state equivalent examination or a national board examination taken within the five years immediately preceding the date that the applicant filed a license application with the board.