The Professional Regulation Commission is now accepting applications for the Librarians' Licensure Examination (LLE). The deadline for filing of applications is on Wednesday, November 8, at the central office, and on Monday, October 30, at the regional offices. The exam will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, 28-29 November 2006.
Last year, I shared some tips on applying for and taking the LLE. While there will probably be a few changes between now and then, most of the advice I gave—from applying early to not "fighting" exam questions—should still be applicable.
If you or someone you know is taking the LLE this year, you may wish to read the following posts:
Librarians' Licensure Examination 2005If you have not taken the exam before, but were a practicing librarian as of September 1990, you may qualify for registration without examination. For more information, see "Who Can Take the Librarians' Licensure Exam?"
LLE 2005: Applying in Person
LLE 2005: Studying for the Exam
LLE 2005: Preparing for D-Day
LLE 2005: Taking the Exam
Category: Licensed Librarians