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Exam Dates, Fees and Locations

NOTE: In January 2022, CAPR discontinued the administration of the Clinical Component of the PCE. Please disregard any reference to the Clinical Component on our website and in our resources as we update this information. If you have successfully completed the Written Component of the PCE, please contact your regulator for details about the process they require for you to become fully licensed.

Exam Dates

2022 Written Component (WC) Administration Schedule 
All administrations will be available through remote proctoring. In‑centre testing will be available dependent upon local public health directives in place at the time of the exam.
Exam Date Application Deadline
Saturday, March 12, 2022 Monday, January 10, 2022
Monday, May 9, 2022 Monday, March 7, 2022
Saturday, July 9, 2022 Monday, May 9, 2022
Monday, September 12, 2022 Monday, July 11, 2022
Monday, November 14, 2022 Monday, September 12, 2022

 

Exam Fees

See additional fees listed on this page.

Component 2022  July  fees 2022 Sept/ Nov fees
Written Component
$1,022.00 $1,303.00

 

Rescheduling from July 2022 to a later exam: The fee to reschedule is based on when a candidate submits a rescheduling request: the further away from the exam date, the lower the fee. The rescheduling form, which must be completed as part of a request to reschedule, outlines the relevant timeframes and fees. For reschedule requests from July to either September or November 2022, the difference in the exam fee ($281.00) must also be paid. The total amount, therefore, would be the relevant rescheduling fee below plus $281.00.

Rescheduling
22 or more days prior to exam date $130.00
3-21 days prior to exam date $195.00
less than 3 days prior to exam date $650.00

 

NOTE: In January 2022, CAPR discontinued the administration of the Clinical Component of the PCE. Please disregard any reference to the Clinical Component on our website and in our resources as we update this information. If you have successfully completed the Written Component of the PCE, please contact your regulator for details about the process they require for you to become fully licensed.