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Academic Review is different from most exam prep programs. While other programs have a much more hands-on approach geared to teaching the content and the exam as a whole; Academic Review utilizes a “Teach by Testing” method. This method allows you to evaluate your knowledge and progress through the use of practice questions and exams. Taking these results, the program then directs you to specific areas of content learning that is tailored to your strengths and weaknesses.
While our program is highly successful, we understand that this style of learning may not be for every candidate.
The Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) is a knowledge-based exam developed by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) used in the United States and most Canadian provinces. The exam was created to evaluate a Psychologist’s competency in crucial areas of practice.
The EPPP contains 225 questions, 175 question are scored and 50 questions on the exam are considered pretest items. The pretest items are not counted towards a candidate’s final score. The ASPPB recommends a passing score between 450 and 500 depending on level of practice; however, each state board sets their own required passing score, so it is important to check your jurisdiction’s passing score requirement before testing.
The EPPP identifies eight (8) critical areas of understanding and centers their examination questions around these domains. The domains and examination weight for each are the following: