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The Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board (CCEB)

Administers the national prelicensure exams for chiropractors who wish to practice in Canada.

UPCOMING EXAM DATES

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Are you eligible?

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In order to write the exam, you must be currently attending or have graduated from a DC program accredited by a Council on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI) member agency OR that has been approved by a Canadian Provincial Chiropractic Regulatory Board.

Exam Accommodations and Assistive Device requests must be received in full by Application Deadline.

Experienced Practitioners, please contact the Provincial Chiropractic Regulatory Board of your choice to determine their complete registration requirements.

If you are currently attending a program, you can apply to write exams before your graduation based on the following schedule:

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can be taken 10 months prior to graduation

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can be taken 6 months prior to graduation

C

COMPONENT

can be taken 3 months prior to graduation

WRITING THE EXAMS

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If you are nearing the end of your chiropractic education, now is a good time to look into the details about how to apply, upcoming exam dates and locations, and any individual needs such as testing accommodations or assistive devices. Please review the requirements to apply. Applications are accepted online or through the mail.

 

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BECOMING LICENSED AS A CHIROPRACTOR

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The CCEB exam is mandatory for all chiropractors seeking licensure in any province in Canada. To practice as a chiropractor in Canada, you require:

Chiropractic Education – From an Accredited or Approved DC Program
CCEB National Competency Examinations – Upon successful completion, you receive a CCEB Certificate
Contact the provincial regulatory board of your choice for their full licensing requirements

CCEB is committed to ensuring the integrity of chiropractic practice in Canada.

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Accuracy

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