(1) Each applicant will be required to present one piece of positive identification which bears a photograph of the applicant. Failure to produce the required identification will result in the applicant being refused admission to the examination.
(2) Applicants will be required to refrain from:
(a) Talking to other examinees during the examination unless specifically directed or permitted to do so by a test monitor;
(b) Attempting to communicate or record any information;
(c) Using unauthorized materials during any portion of the examination;
(d) Removing test materials and/or notes from the testing room; and
(e) Disruptive behavior.
(3) Applicants who participate in any activity listed in subsection (2) of this section will be required to turn in their test materials to the test monitor and leave the examination site. Their opportunity to sit for the examination will be forfeited. Their answer sheet will be voided. A voided answer sheet will not be scored and the examination fee will not be refunded. A candidate must then reapply to take the examination.
(4) Any applicant who was removed from the testing site for any of the reasons listed in subsection (2) of this section will be required to submit a letter to the department requesting permission to retest and stating the circumstances of the event. After receipt of the applicant's letter, the department will review the proctor's report and the applicant's letter and may deny testing for up to one year.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.280.050
and 18.280. [18.280.060](6). WSR 09-13-001, § 308-408A-080, filed 6/3/09, effective 7/4/09.]