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Updated April 10, 2018

Florida Certified Designated Representative Candidate Information Booklet (CDR CIB)

CAUTION - there are old versions of the candidate information booklet (CIB) that can be found on the internet. Be sure you're referencing the most current version. Here's how to find it.

Go to the home page of the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation:

In the search box, enter "candidate information booklets."  Then click "DDC – Certified Designated Representative."

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Once you've taken the Florida Certified Designated Representative Laws and Rules Examination - Computer Based Test (CBT), no doubt you'll be eager to find out your grade and whether you passed or not.

According to the Candidate Information Booklet for the Florida Certified Designated Representative Laws and Rules Examination - Computer Based Test (CBT), dated March 2011, here's how you'll get your score:
  1. Preliminary Score
    - The preliminary report is intended to give you a general idea of how you scored, but is not official or legally binding, and cannot be used to gain licensure or employment
    - On Screen:  The preliminary score will be given to you immediately following completion of the examination, and will appear immediately on the computer screen
    - On Paper:  A preliminary score report will be printed at the examination site
  2. Official Score
    - Scores may  be changed after expert review if they find a technical problem, misconduct, or unusual pattern in exam question responses.  This means that your preliminary score report may not reflect your true score.
    - Official examination results can be obtained online after ten business days from:
    Florida Department of Health - Examination Grade Report Search Page
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