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What is the EPPP and what is the percentage of students that pass it?

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The Examination for the Professional Practice of Psychology or EPPP is the national examination for psychology organized by ASPPB. The exam is used by many state licensure boards for applicants seeking licensure as a psychologist. For more information on the EPPP, please go to: http://www.asppb.net/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3279

The Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology does not currently have any students who have attempted the EPPP. The EPPP is commonly taken after the degree is completed and an individual applies for licensure. The program has not had a graduating class at this point. Current program coursework and content competency exams are modeled after the EPPP examination style and content to prepare students for this exam.