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The ultimate purpose of a jurisprudence examination is to protect the public by measuring an individual’s mastery of the knowledge and skills regulated by state law. Most professions require a jurisprudence examination to provide services to the public. Examples include but are not limited to physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists and mental health counselors.
CCE designs and delivers jurisprudence examinations of the highest caliber. Jurisprudence assessments are developed using subject matter experts and psychometricians to ensure items accurately measure the essential information state legislators have determined is necessary for safe practice. CCE psychometricians consistently review item statistics to ensure each test is both reliable and valid.
Click here to register for the Arizona Tutorials.
Click here to register for the Arkansas Jurisprudence Assessments.
Click here to register for the Maryland Law Assessment.
Click here to register for the Mississippi Jurisprudence Assessments.
Click here to register for the Missouri Jurisprudence exam.
Click here to register for the Tennessee Jurisprudence exam.
The Tennessee Jurisprudence Examination for Professional Counselors (TJEPC) is now online! The examination, which mirrors the paper and pencil assessment, has moved to the CCE Academy. Visit the Academy for instructions to begin the exam.
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