For information regarding challenging the Level 1 Exam, please contact .
To download information and an application form to challenge the Level 1 exam click here.
Manual order form for Level 1 click here.
*** Please note that these manuals are NOT required - knowledge gained in your undergrad should be sufficient to complete the exam. Theory manuals will be provided in Level 2 Courses, and no credit will be issued should you choose to purchase them in advance in order to study for Level 1. They are made available in advance of writing Level 1, solely for the purpose of extra study material for Level 1 if you feel you need/want it.
Re-writing these exams after taking a course and being unsuccessful with the exam or having to make up a missed exam can be done via correspondence, similar to the procedure for challenging the Level 1 Exam.
To download information and an application form to re-write or make-up a Level II-III exam click here.
To order replacement manuals for Level Courses you have already completed click here
(you cannot order manuals for Levels you have not yet completed).
During this transitional period there has been a lot of confusion regarding who is required to complete the mentorship hours. Please read below to determine whether you will need to complete the mentorship hours prior to registering for the Intermediate or Advanced Exams.
You must complete the 90 Mentorship hours prior to registering for the Intermediate Exam if one of the following scenarios applies to you:
- You registered to complete one or all components of the Intermediate Exam prior to 2005 and did not attend the Exam.
- You registered for one or more components of the Intermediate Exam prior to 2005 and failed all of the components for which you registered. Failure to successfully complete one or more components of the Intermediate exam prior to 2005 does not constitute successful entry into the "old system".
- Example 1: An individual who registered for only the case
study component in 2005 and failed will be required to complete the 90
hours prior to registering for the Intermediate Exam in the future.
- Example 2: An individual who registered for the case and
the written components in 2005 and failed the case only,
would be exempt from the 90 hours.
You must complete the 60 Mentorship hours prior to registering for the Advanced Exam if you have not yet attempted the Advanced Exam.
You will be exempt from the 60 mentorship hours only if you attempted the Advanced Exams prior to 2005 and were unsuccessful.
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