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The California Supplemental Examination shall consist of an examination covering the practice of architecture.
A candidate who has been deemed eligible for the California Supplemental Examination, pursuant to
Section 116(b)(2) of these regulations, shall submit the applicable fee and application, as provided by the Board.
A candidate who fails the California Supplemental Examination shall be allowed to retake the examination only after reapplying with the Board, as prescribed
A candidate who fails the California Supplemental Examination may not retake the examination for at least 180 days from the date that the candidate took the
examination that he or she failed.
Effective January 1, 1991, where a candidate who has been found to be deficient in an area or areas of the California Supplemental Examination, such candidate shall
be required to reappear for another complete California Supplemental Examination.
A candidate who has received Board credit for any individual section(s) of the California Supplemental Examination but who has not passed that exam as of January 1,
1991, shall be required to pass the California Supplemental Examination as administered after January 1, 1991.