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A. Examination material, file records of examination grading and performance, transcripts of educational institutions, letters of inquiry and reference concerning applicants and board inquiry forms concerning applicants are confidential and are not subject to inspection pursuant to title 39, chapter 1, article 2.
B. Investigation files of any investigation are confidential and are not subject to inspection pursuant to title 39, chapter 1, article 2 until the matter is final, a hearing notice is issued pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10 or the matter is settled by consent order. However, the registrant shall be informed of and have access to the complaint and investigative assessments and the public may obtain information that an investigation is being conducted and of its general nature.
C. Informal conferences held by advisory committees are confidential and are not open to the public. All information, including any minutes or reports created or obtained pursuant to an informal conference, is confidential until the matter is final, a hearing notice is issued pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10 or the matter is settled by consent order. The board may discuss matters that are being reviewed by an advisory committee in open session but may not introduce confidential documents into public board records.