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The National Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG) is the organization that develops and maintains standardized written examinations for determining qualifications of applicants seeking licensure as professional geologists.
ASBOG exists to serve its member state licensing boards that, through authorizing legislation, impose education, experience and ethical requirement on applicants for geology licensure in their states. After a licensure applicant satisfies state core requirements, the state approves applicants considered qualified to take the ASBOG national examinations. ASBOG develops the Fundamentals of Geology (FG) and Practice of Geology (PG) examinations following rigorous guidelines stablished in the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (1999) published by the American Educational Research Association, the American Psychological Association, and the National Council on Measurement in Education. The test development procedures are designed to maximize the rigor across all aspects of the geology profession as it relates to public protection and quality of the examinations. The FG and PG examinations are constructed using a multiple-choice format (four options) and contain 140 and 110 items, respectively. Participating states proctor each examination over a four-hour period, with the examinations administered in the spring and fall each year. State regulatory programs vary somewhat but the FG examination is generally taken after undergraduate courses required by a state are completed. The PG examination is generally taken after a requisite number of years of experience (typically five) in the practice of geology under the direction of a Professional Geologist is completed and verified.
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