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The board shall conduct examinations at least once each year. Examinations may be written, oral, or practical or a combination of these. The board shall utilize the examination provided by a nationally certified midwives organization recognized by the board. An applicant who has failed the examination may not retake the examination for a period of six months. An applicant who has failed the examination more than one time may not retake the examination unless the applicant has participated in or successfully completed further education and training programs as prescribed by the board. The board may require an applicant to pass an examination about Alaska laws that are applicable to the profession of direct-entry midwives.
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