The Examination for the Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) was developed by the ASPPB to assist in the evaluation of applicants in granting licensing and certification. The EPPP is a multiple-choice test consisting of 225 questions, 175 of which are scored, and 50 of which are unscored, pre-test questions. To help reduce your anxiety about the EPPP, we share the most helpful and proven preparation tips. Good luck!
Approximately 10% of the EPPP exam is made up of questions focused on the Biological Bases of Behavior. This includes knowledge of the biological and neural bases of behavior, psychopharmacology, and the methodologies supporting this body of knowledge.
On the day of the exam, candidates must arrive 30 minutes prior to their test appointment and must have all required documents in their possession (a valid, government-issued, photo ID as well as an alternate form of ID with a name and signature. The names on these documents must match exactly with the Authorization-to-Test letter). The EPPP is administered under standardized conditions in accordance with procedures established by Pearson VUE for all their testing centers.