Chiropractic Exam Eligibility
Each component requires an Eligibility Letter, with current GPA and date of graduation, or an official transcript from the accredited DC program.
Application for Licensure.
Once a chiropractor has graduated from an accredited DC Program and obtained a CCEB Certificate, he or she must apply for licensure in a Canadian province. Each Provincial Regulatory Board has unique requirements for licensure and should be contacted as soon as possible.
|Component A||May be taken 10 months before graduation. Candidates must complete the Component A exam
before taking Components B or C.
|Component B||May be taken 6 months before graduation.
May be taken with Component C if within 3 months of graduation.
|Component C||May be taken 3 months before graduation.
Component B and C exams must be completed
within 3 years of each other.
|CCEB Certificate||Issued upon completion of required exams and receipt
of the final official transcript.The original
final transcript must be received within 3 months
of the exam date or the results will become invalid.
|Provincial Regulatory Board||Components B and C upon direction from a Provincial/Territorial Regulatory Board.|
| Entry to Practice in Canada
|Chiropractors entering Canada from:
1. Non-regulated jurisdiction – Components A, B and C required.
2. Regulated jurisdiction with less than 3 years experience – Components A, B and C required.
3. Regulated jurisdiction with greater than 3 years experience – Components B and C required
upon written direction submitted to CCEB from a Provincial/Territorial Regulatory Board.
Please be advised that written direction from the
Regulatory Board exempting Chiropractors from the
Component A exam expire one year after issuance.
|Rewrite Opportunities||There is a limit of 4 attempts on any exam.|