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FCC 97.519
Revised as of September 29, 2014
Goto Year:2013 | 2015
§ 97.519   Coordinating examination sessions.

   (a) A VEC must coordinate the efforts of VEs in preparing and
   administering examinations.

   (b) At the completion of each examination session, the coordinating VEC
   must collect applicant information and test results from the
   administering VEs. The coordinating VEC must:

   (1) Screen collected information;

   (2) Resolve all discrepancies and verify that the VEs' certifications
   are properly completed; and

   (3) For qualified examinees, forward electronically all required data
   to the FCC. All data forwarded must be retained for at least 15 months
   and must be made available to the FCC upon request.

   (c) Each VEC must make any examination records available to the FCC,
   upon request

   (d) The FCC may:

   (1) Administer any examination element itself;

   (2) Readminister any examination element previously administered by
   VEs, either itself or under the supervision of a VEC or VEs designated
   by the FCC; or

   (3) Cancel the operator/primary station license of any licensee who
   fails to appear for readministration of an examination when directed by
   the FCC, or who does not successfully complete any required element
   that is readministered. In an instancce of such cancellation, the
   person will be granted an operator/primary station license consistent
   with completed examination elements that have not been invalidated by
   not appearing for, or by failing, the examination upon

   [ 54 FR 25857 , June 20, 1989, as amended at  59 FR 54835 , Nov. 2, 1994;
    62 FR 17567 , Apr. 10, 1997;  63 FR 68981 , Dec. 14, 1998;  71 FR 66465 ,
   Nov. 15, 2006;  79 FR 35291 , June 20, 2014]

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Goto Section: 97.513 | 97.521

Goto Year: 2013 | 2015
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