Respiratory Care Practitioners Certification Program Apply for a New License - Examination

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Holders of temporary permits are allowed to take the examination provided the holder complies with the requirements of Title 25 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 123. Persons who are certified or registered in respiratory care by the NBRC at the time of application to the department are not required to be reexamined for state certification.

The approved examination for all applicants consists of an entry level certified respiratory therapist (CRT) examination administered for the National Board for Respiratory Care, Inc. (NBRC) or its designee, or the advisory committee may recommend an equivalent examination.

The cut-score determined by the NBRC at the time of examination or reexamination shall be the cut-score utilized by the department to determine pass or fail performance.

Each applicant shall be responsible for completing and transmitting appropriate application forms and paying appropriate fees by the deadlines set by the NBRC, if an NBRC examination is prescribed.

If the examination is graded by a national or state testing service, or by the NBRC or its designee, the department shall notify each examinee of the examination results within 14 days of the date the department receives the results.

If the examination is graded by the department or its designee, the department shall notify each examinee of the results of the examination within 60 days of the date of the exam. If the results will be delayed for more than 60 days after the examination, the department shall notify each applicant of the reason for the delay.

If the department is required to provide official notice of examination results to the applicant, no matter what numerical or other scoring system is used in arriving at examination results, the results shall be stated in terms of pass or fail.

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Last updated April 17, 2010
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