Foreign Licensee Professional Practice Exam

 

The National Professional Practice Examination must be passed before a Foreign Licensee can be registered.

The examination is a two-hour, 100 question, multiple choice examination. The scope and syllabus of the examination together with sample questions may be found by reviewing the below document.

The National Professional Practice Examination

The National Professional Practice Examination
Scope and Syllabus

revised March 2012

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The examination is written four times per year (January, April, July, October) in major centers in Alberta and in other centers in North America by special arrangement. There is a 5-6 week processing time for final marks to be assessed as a pass or fail, which are then mailed to the applicant.
Note: Results are NOT given out over the phone, email or via fax. You must wait for your results letter.

You can order examination study materials from APEGA to help you prepare for the examination. For further information please refer to the below order form.

The National Professional Practice Examination

The National Professional Practice Examination
Examination Literature Order Form

revised March 2012

... download here

Only those that have passed a similar examination in another Canadian Association/Ordre or are currently a professional member registered with another Canadian Association/Ordre prior to implementation of Professional Practice Examination may be excused from writing the exam.

The application form to write the exam can be found on our website http://www.apega.ca/Applicants/pdf/Examinations/PPApp.pdf