Current as of: 2010 (a) Except as otherwise provided in § 6-306.1 of this subtitle, an applicant who otherwise qualifies for a State license is entitled to be examined as provided in this section.
(b) The State Board shall give examinations to qualified applicants at least twice a year, at the dates, times, and places that the State Board determines.
(c) (1) At least 15 days before the examination, the State Board shall notify each applicant whether the applicant is eligible to be examined under this section.
(2) The notice shall specify the passing score for the examination.
(d) (1) The State Board shall determine the subjects and scope of the examination from a list of questions submitted by the Maryland Uniform Electrical Licensing Examination Committee, Inc.
(2) The State Board shall choose examination questions that:
(i) test the applicant’s knowledge of all applicable codes, laws, or principles of electrical installation; and
(ii) are constructed to determine the fitness of the applicant for a State license.
(3) The State Board may appoint a committee to develop examination questions.
(e) The form of the examination shall be objective and written.
(f) The passing score for the examination shall be 70%.
(g) Within 45 days after the examination, the State Board shall mail to each applicant notice of the applicant’s examination score.
(h) On written request to the State Board, an applicant who failed an examination may review the answers that the applicant gave and the scores for those answers, at a time and place that the State Board determines.
(i) (1) If an applicant fails to appear for a scheduled examination, the applicant may reapply for an examination.
(2) The applicant:
(i) shall submit to the State Board an application for reexamination on the form that the State Board provides; and
(ii) unless, for good cause, the State Board waives payment of the examination fee, shall again pay the examination fee under § 6-305 of this subtitle.Prev
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