Exam Dates

Jurisprudence Examinations:
DateFile TypeFile SizeLast Modified
2017-12-06PDF File27 kb10/27/2016
2017-11-07PDF File42 kb10/27/2016
2017-10-11PDF File30 kb10/27/2016
2017-09-08PDF File27 kb10/27/2016
2017-08-09PDF File30 kb10/27/2016
2017-07-12PDF File29 kb10/27/2016
2017-06-02PDF File26 kb10/27/2016
2017-05-10PDF File29 kb10/27/2016
2017-04-05PDF File29 kb10/27/2016
2017-03-03PDF File27 kb10/27/2016
2017-02-08PDF File30 kb10/27/2016
2017-01-11PDF File29 kb10/27/2016
2016-12-02PDF File30 kb10/27/2016
2016-11-09PDF File30 kb8/6/2015

General Information about the Jurisprudence Examination:
The Jurisprudence Examination covers the Missouri Psychology Practice Act and Rules, with particular emphasis on the Ethical Rules of Conduct (Chapter 5). This examination consists of one hundred (100) multiple-choice questions. Candidates are given three (3) hours to complete the examination. To successfully pass the Jurisprudence Examination candidates must achieve a seventy percent (70%) or better pass rate.

The Jurisprudence Examination is given one time each month generally during the second week of the month. The examination begins at 1:00pm and is administered at the Division of Professional Registration, 3605 Missouri Boulevard, Jefferson City, Missouri. The exception is when the Jurisprudence examination is given in with the Oral Examination, then the testing date is generally on a Friday beginning at 8:00am and the location depends upon the date.

Oral Examinations:

DateFile TypeFile SizeLast Modified
2017-12-07PDF File55 kb10/27/2016
2017-09-08PDF File28 kb10/27/2016
2017-06-02PDF File28 kb10/27/2016
2017-03-03PDF File28 kb10/27/2016
2016-12-02PDF File31 kb10/27/2016


    Computer testing began September 1, 2001

    The attached document is being provided for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES only. Applicants taking the EPPP must apply for licensure and be reviewed prior to receiving the entire EPPP packet and all applicable documents.

    The computerized EPPP examination