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Who is Assoc. of State and Provincial Psychology Boards ?
The Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) is an alliance of psychology boards in the United States and Canada. The main goal of this organization is to promote excellence in regulation and services for the benefit of the public and the profession of psychology. ASPPB is responsible for the development, maintenance and administration of the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), which is a requirement for licensure in most U.S. states and Canadian provinces.
Step 1: Eligibility and Application
Before you can take the EPPP, you must first apply for licensure to the psychology board in the jurisdiction where you wish to be licensed. The board will review your credentials and determine if you are eligible to sit for the EPPP. Once you've been approved by your jurisdiction, you will receive an Authorization to Test (ATT) from the ASPPB. The ATT will include instructions on how to register for the exam.
Step 2: Scheduling the Exam
Once you've received your ATT, you can schedule your exam through Pearson VUE, the testing service that administers the EPPP. You can schedule your exam online at the Pearson VUE website www.pearsonvue.com/asppb/.
Step 3: Taking the Exam
The EPPP is administered at Pearson VUE test centers located throughout the U.S., Canada, and other international locations. You can find a test center near you using the test center locator on the Pearson VUE website. On the day of the exam, you will need to bring your ATT and two forms of identification.
For more information about the ASPPB and the EPPP, visit the ASPPB website at www.asppb.net.