Submit the appropriate application for Psychologist (PDF), or Psychological Examiner (PDF) to request exam approval. Upon determination by this office that you are qualified to take the EPPP, we will notify the testing company. You must provide a valid email address for the testing company to contact you. Exam scores are reported directly by electronic means to this office from the testing company. You will be notified of the score in writing. Please allow at least 30 days from test date.
SUGGESTED REFERENCE MATERIAL FOR THE JURISPRUDENCE EXAMINATION The test is based on the documents listed below. Copies of these documents are available as noted. You must print documents from the websites listed as these materials will not be provided. You may bring your copies to the examination. The following laws and rules can be found by clicking on the Laws & Rules link on our website.
- The Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists Law - 32 MRS Chapter 56
- The Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists Rules - Chapters 1 through 10
- 10 MRS, Chapter 901
- Laws Related to the Practice of Psychology in Maine:
- 22 MRS Chapter 958-A
- 22 MRS Chapter 1071
- 34-B MRS Chapter 3, Subchapter IV
The following related material can be found at the websites listed.
Codes of Conduct:
Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (APA 2002)
Via Internet: www.apa.org/ethics
Code of Conduct (ASPPB, 2005)
Via Internet: https://www.asppb.net/page/Guidelines
Maine Rules of Evidence – Rule 503
Via Internet: http://www.courts.state.me.us/rules_adminorders/rules/text/MREvidONLY1-12.pdf (PDF)