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Chapter 100-3 EXAMINATIONS

Rule 100-3-.01 Filing Applications

All applicants for licensure shall complete an application form prescribed by the Board. Completed applications, all documents and fees must be received by the Board forty-five (45) days prior to the date of the examination.

Rule 100-3-.02 Accompanying Documents

All applications must be completed fully and accompanied by the following:

(a) A photograph taken within one (1) year prior to submission of the application. Unfinished proofs are not acceptable.
(b) Certification of General College Training. All applicants for licensure shall submit proof of having completed two (2) years of general college training in schools or colleges approved by the Southern Association of Accredited Colleges or schools approved by virtue of reciprocity through such association. A full year consists of forty-five (45) quarter hours or thirty (30) semester hours. The Certification of General College Training form should be mailed to the college(s) attended by the applicant for the college to complete the number of quarter or semester hours earned by the applicant. No educational credit will be granted for any home extension or correspondence study.
1. All applicants for licensure who obtain general college training from foreign schools or colleges not approved by the Southern Association of Accredited Colleges shall submit proof that general college training is equivalent to that offered by the Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE) approved college as evidenced by its use for admission purposes. The Certification of Foreign General College Training form should be mailed to the college(s) attended by the applicant to be completed by the college.
(c) All applicants for licensure shall submit proof of graduation from a chiropractic school or college accredited by the Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE) or a Board-approved successor or a chiropractic school or college which is actively seeking accreditation from the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) or a Board-approved successor, which requires a four-year standard college course and is approved by the Board.
1. Proof of graduation from a chiropractic school or college shall be a certified transcript of the applicant's grades attesting graduation from an approved chiropractic school or college. Such certified transcript shall be sent directly to the Board from the chiropractic school or college.
(d) All applicants (initial and re-examination) for licensure, after January 1, 1998, shall submit proof of having successfully passed Parts I, II, III and IV of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners examination.
1. Proof of having passed Parts I, II, III and IV of the National Board examination shall be a certified copy of the applicant's transcript of scores from the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
(e) Application fee as provided for in Rule 100-11-01.

Rule 100-3-.03 Repealed

Rule 100-3-.04 Repealed

Rule 100-3-.05 Repealed

Rule 100-3-.06 Repealed