§ 5-49-9. Scope of examination.
The qualifying examination provided in § 5-49-7, "license by examination," shall be designed to demonstrate the applicant's adequate technical qualifications by:
(1) Testing knowledge in the following areas as they pertain to the fitting and sale of hearing aids:
(i) Basic physics of sound;
(ii) The anatomy and physiology of the ear; and
(iii) The function of hearing aids;
(2) Testing practical proficiency in the following techniques as they pertain to the fitting of hearing aids:
(i) Pure-tone audiometry, including air-conduction testing and bone-conduction testing;
(ii) Live voice or recorded voice-speech audiometry, including speech-reception threshold testing and speech-discrimination testing;
(iii) Masking when indicated;
(iv) Recording and evaluating audiograms and speech audiometry to determine proper selection and adaptation of a hearing aid;
(v) Taking ear mold impressions; and
(3) Testing knowledge of the medical and rehabilitation facilities for children and adults in the area being served.
(P.L. 1973, ch. 243, § 1.)