Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP)

I have received written notice, from the College, that my application file has been reviewed, and that I may register for the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP).

I acknowledge that I understand all College policies and procedures related to the examination indicated above.

I have read the materials posted by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards about the EPPP, available at www.asppb.org.

I have sent (or will be sending) payment of the required fee to the College.

Full Legal Name:

Today’s Date:

By completing and submitting this form, I acknowledge that my request to be scheduled for this examination is contingent upon a) my eligibility to take this examination, and b) payment of the required fee to the College. I understand that I will be informed by the College if any issues arise with respect to this request.


Follow the steps below to set up your account:

  1. Locate your Applicant Number. Your number can be found on the receipt(s) you’ve received from the College (e.g., 2020-A099).
  2. Follow the instructions of your online banking program and select the College of Psychologists of BC as your payee.
  3. Use your Applicant number as the 7-digit account number by removing the “-A” (e.g., 2020099).

This will be the number you use for any online payments made to the College during your application period.

If you have any questions or are unsure what your Applicant Number is, please contact the College and we’d be pleased to assist you.

Most major banks and credit unions list the College as a payee. If you are unable to use your 7-digit number or do not see the College listed as a payee, please contact your banking institution.

NOTE:  Registrants receive a unique 4-digit registration number when added to the register, which is how you will be identified by the College and others following registration.  You will need to update your online bill payment account information with the new number once registered.