Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP) Information
PLEASE NOTE: ASPPB IS NOT AFFILIATED NOR DOES IT ENDORSE ANY OUTSIDE ORGANIZATION PROVIDING TEST PREPARATORY MATERIALS OR STUDY METHODS FOR THE EPPP
EPPP EXAM FEE INCREASE Effective March 1, 2013
Effective for exam registrations that are completed begining March 1, 2013, the base fee for the EPPP will be $600 U.S. Your licensing authority may charge additional examination-related fees. Check with your licensing authority about their fees.
Test Site Fees Effective January 1, 2013
Effective for testing appointments that are booked starting January 1, 2013 the computer-based test (CBT) administration fees are:
For the English EPPP: $79.58 U.S. per candidate
For the bilingual English- French EPPP: $75.13 U.S. per candidate
The CBT fee will be collected by Prometric, the organization responsible for actual administration of the examination, at the time the examination appointment is scheduled. Please note that the CBT fee will increase in every odd-numbered year (future amounts to be determined).
Test Site Rescheduling Fees Effective April 1, 2013
Because of frequent candidate rescheduling behavior that has inconvenienced other candidates, Prometric (the computer based test vendor) will be instituting change fees effective April 1, 2013 as follow:
Rescheduling/Cancellation up to and including 31 calendar days before appointment: no charge
Rescheduling/Cancellation 1 to 30 days before appointment: $62.50
Rescheduling/Cancellation within 24 hours of the scheduled appointment will result in forfeiture of the CBT fee
Notice: Implications of DSM-V Publication on EPPP Content
The fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) is scheduled for publication in May 2013. All questions on the EPPP through July 31, 2014 related to the DSM will refer to the DSM-IV. Beginning August 1, 2014, all DSM questions on the EPPP will refer to the DSM-V.
Exam administrations through July 31, 2014: DSM-IV
Exam administrations August 1, 2014 and after: DSM-V