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  340.306.  Waiver of examination, when — grade score transfer permitted, when. — 1.  The board may issue a certificate of registration to an applicant, without examination, if the applicant submits proof, satisfactory to the board, that the applicant:

  (1)  Is currently registered in another state, territory, district or province of the United States or Canada having standards for admission substantially the same as the standards in Missouri, and that the standards were in effect at the time the applicant was first admitted to practice in the other state, territory, district or province of the United States or Canada; and

  (2)  Has been employed and supervised by a licensed veterinarian for a period of at least five consecutive years preceding the applicant's application to practice as a veterinary technician in Missouri.

  2.  If the applicant has not been licensed in another state, territory, district, or province of the United States or Canada for five consecutive years, the board may determine that the applicant is eligible for licensure by grade score transfer.  For a previous examination score to be transferred for a current licensing period, the score must be received within the five-year period immediately preceding the application.  If such passing score is not received within three attempts, the board may require the applicant to appear before the board and/or submit evidence that the applicant has completed continuing education.


(L. 1992 H.B. 878 § 53, A.L. 1999 S.B. 424, A.L. 2004 H.B. 869)

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