Rule 71.10 – Repeal – Reexaminations
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 08:01 AM

The following section would be repealed.  Different language to "replace it" has been proposed elsewhere.

(a) An examinee who fails to pass the examination shall be permitted to take a subsequent examination, provided the examinee applies for reexamination and pays a reexamination fee as provided in §75.7 of this title (relating to Fees). An examinee shall be required to make a grade of 75% or better on any subsequent examination.

(b) An applicant may take the jurisprudence examination no more than twice in one calendar year. If an applicant fails to achieve a passing score after the second attempt, the applicant must reapply by submitting a new application and required materials and fees, as provided in §71.2 of this title.