FAILURE TO APPEAR FOR YOUR EXAMINATION
If you miss your examination for ANY reason and have
not rescheduled at least 15 business days prior to your test date, the testing agency will
mail you a letter within two weeks of the examination date giving you directions for
re-applying for the examination.That letter will be your application to re-apply for the
examination.You will be required to pay the full examination fee again to retest.See the
section Retaking Your Examination for details.
RETAKING YOUR EXAMINATION
To re-apply for a second attempt to pass your
examination because you failed your examination or did not appear to take it, you must use
your failing score report or no-show letter.Check any pre-printed information,such as your
name, mailing address,social security number,and phone number(s) and make any necessary
changes on the score report or letter.Indicate on your score report or letter which date
you would like to re-take your examination.Check off all appropriate examination and
testing fees and include a money order,certified check,or cashier's check for the entire
amount due,made payable to the testing agency. If you pay your fees by money order or
cashier's check,your name must appear on it. You will NOT have to resubmit the
application fee to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board for your
second attempt to pass your examination.
Send the score report or letter and your fee payment to
the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.Keep a photocopy of your
completed score report/letter for your records. You will be sent a new admission ticket
for your new test date.
For your third attempt to pass your
examination,follow the procedures explained above, AND re-submit the $125.00 application
fee payable to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board in addition to all
appropriate examination fees.
APPLYING FOR LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION
If you pass your examination, your score report will be
your application for licensure/certification.Follow all the directions on the score
report,fill it out completely,and send it and the appropriate fees to the Arkansas
Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board at the address given on your score report.It
is vital that you check your name,address,and other personal information and make any
To apply for licensure or certification within twelve
(12) months of your test date, remit $75.00 with your application for licensure or
certification.You may pay this fee by money order, personal check, or business check
payable to the Arkansas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board.
If you do not apply for licensure/certification within
twelve (12) months of your test date, you will have to repeat the complete application and
examination processes, including resubmission of all fees.