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PDFWAC 246-924-070

Psychologists—Written examination.

The written exam requirement consists of two separate examinations.
(1) The written examination Washington state uses is the national Examination of Professional Practice of Psychology (EPPP).
(a) The Association of State and Provincial Psychology is responsible for the development and administration of the national exam.
(b) To be considered for licensure applicants must receive a score of at least 70% or the national mean, whichever is lowest.
(2) The jurisprudence examination covers professional judgment, knowledge of state laws, and ethics pertaining to the practice of psychology.
(a) The department of health administers the jurisprudence examination on behalf of the examining board of psychology.
(b) To be considered for licensure applicants must receive a score of at least 90%.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.83.050. WSR 08-09-100, § 246-924-070, filed 4/21/08, effective 5/22/08; WSR 93-07-078 (Order 349B), § 246-924-070, filed 3/18/93, effective 4/18/93; WSR 91-04-020 (Order 117B), recodified as § 246-924-070, filed 1/28/91, effective 2/28/91; WSR 82-18-073 (Order PL 404), § 308-122-220, filed 9/1/82; WSR 80-07-010 (Order PL 346), § 308-122-220, filed 6/9/80; WSR 79-08-009 (Order PL-309), § 308-122-220, filed 7/9/79; Order PL-245, § 308-122-220, filed 4/15/76.]
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