REGULATION 301. Written Examination
301:1 General Requirements. Each applicant shall be required to complete successfully a written examination that is drafted by the appropriate Certification Committee and approved by the Board. Only applicants who have complied with the requirements of Part Two of these Regulations shall be eligible to take the written examination in a designated area of practice.
301:2 Application Form. An applicant notified of eligibility for examination pursuant to this Regulation shall be contemporaneously forwarded an application for admission to the written examination. The applicant shall be required to state an intention to sit for the examination.
301:3 Examination Fee. The returned application for admission to the written examination shall be accompanied by a non-refundable check or money order in an amount determined by the Board, made payable to the Secretary, Board on Attorney Certification.
301:4 Time and Place. The written examinations shall be prepared by the appropriate Certification Committee and shall be administered once each year by the Board. The time and location shall be set by the Board, and notification of the time and location shall be sent in writing to each applicant.
301:5 Examination Format. The examination may be in one or more of the following formats: videotaped scenarios requiring essay answers, written essay questions, short answer questions, multiple choice questions, and true/false questions. The Secretary shall inform the applicants of the format of each examination.