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An applicant for registration as an architect, engineer, land surveyor, or landscape architect must be of good character and reputation and shall submit evidence satisfactory to the board of the applicant's education, training, and experience. However, an applicant for registration as a land surveyor may not be required to submit evidence of more than eight years of any combination of education, experience, or training.
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