Road to regulation
- Let's Go Out There and Thrive. YARBROUGH, JAMIE L. // Texas Bar Journal;Jan2015, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p16
A personal narrative is presented in which the author explores his experience of passing bar examination for becoming a legal professional.
- The reasons behind the July PE II results. // Accountancy;Dec1976, Vol. 87 Issue 1000, p28
Focuses on the investigation of the Examination Committee of Great Britain on the background and previous examination record for the Professional Examination. Conclusions drawn by the investigators; Criticisms on the system; Consideration of self-generation to gain success.
- A summary of the PE II report. Wooller, Jeff // Accountancy;Dec1976, Vol. 87 Issue 1000, p106
Summarizes the report of the Examination Committee on the Professional Examination II in Great Britain. Performance of the candidates; Problems encountered; Percentage of passing rate.
- Irish institute's PE II uptrend. // Accountancy;Nov80, Vol. 91 Issue 1047, p7
This article focuses on the passing percentage for the summer 1980 Professional Examination II (PE) of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. There was a 41% pass-rate for the summer 1980 examinations. This compares with the 34% results of the previous winter examination. As many of...
- State and Certifying Boards/Associations: CE and Competency Requirements. Yoder-Wise, Patricia S. // Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p3
Focuses on the survey regarding competency requirements for state boards of nursing (SBNs) and selected national professional certifying boards/associations (NPCB/As). Changes in plans or discussions on the continuing competence strategies; Requirements for renewal or re-registration of licenses...
- As state raises bar, academics, students bristle. Solnik, Claude // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);7/1/2005, Vol. 52 Issue 27, p4B
Reports that the New York State Board of Law Examiners has increase the minimum score to pass the examination, as of July 2005. Plans of the board to increase the score five points a year; Students and professors' skepticism against the state's argument that increasing scores means raising...
- ARCHITECTS SIFT FOR ANSWERS TO DROP-OFF IN LICENSE EXAMS. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/21/1998, Vol. 241 Issue 23, p23
Reports the decline in the number of licensure examinees for architectural profession in the United States. Factors causing the decline of licensure examinees; Details on the computerized architectural registration exam; Impact of the year-round availability of test on the examinees' attitude...
- P.E.s Sound off. Murray, Charles J. // Design News;11/17/2008, Vol. 63 Issue 17, p10
The article focuses on the reactions generated by the author's previous article "In Praise of Experience," on October 20, 2008. It generated several debates on the importance of the professional exam to manufacturing engineers. Those professional engineers (PEs) felt that the PE exam is...
- 47 Biomedical Professionals Become Certified. // Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p115
Reports on the awarding of certification status to 47 biomedical professionals by the International Certification Commission and the U.S. Certification Commission. Number of examinees who were certified as biomedical equipment technicians; Meaning of certification candidate; Requirements for...