How to Apply

CCEB Exam Application Information and Instructions

Important Notes

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  • A Candidate must be currently attending or have graduated from a Chiropractic program that has either been accredited by a Council on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI) member agency or that has been approved by a Canadian provincial chiropractic regulatory board.  A list of  programs accepted for CCEB exams, based on regulator approval, can be found on the CCEB website under Resources, Accreditation/Approval, Approved Chiropractic Programs.
  • In Canada, licensure requirements are the responsibility of the provincial regulatory boards.  Licensure requirements vary among the jurisdictions.  Completion of CCEB exams does not guarantee licensure in any particular province.  Candidates are encouraged to confirm the specific requirements within the jurisdiction in which they intend to practice.  A list of the provincial regulatory boards with contact information is on the website under Resources, Provincial Regulatory Boards.
  • Exam dates and locations are subject to change based on site capacities and the number of candidates applying. We recommend waiting for your final confirmation letter following the cancellation deadline before making travel arrangements. Special requests for dates and times must be submitted with your application and will only be considered under extraordinary circumstances.
  • At the end of your application, you will be brought to a window which will state that your application has been received. Should you not reach this window, your application has not been received.

Application Requirements


  • Exam fees are accepted in Canadian funds only.
  • Credit card payment(s) may only be made online using PayPal. CCEB cannot accept payment of any kind over the phone or by email. Paypal payments must be accompanied by an online application.
  • Personal cheques are not accepted. Fees may be paid by Certified Cheque, Bank Draft or Money Order.


  • The photo must be a current passport style of the applicant taken within the last year.
  • The photo will be kept on file for 12 months.
  • The photo may be submitted with the online application OR scanned and emailed to OR couriered/mailed to the CCEB office. If couriered/mailed, the photo must have the applicants name printed on the back.
  • If more than one exam is being taken at a single exam sitting, only one photo is required.
  • Applications will be considered deficient if the photo does not meet the following requirements:
    • A front view of the face and top of the shoulders squared to the camera (the image of the face and shoulders must be centered in the photo) The face must cover a minimum of 75% of the photo.
    • A plain white or light-coloured background so that the applicants’ features are clearly distinguishable against the background. There should be enough contrast between the background and the traits or clothing.
    • Clear, sharp and in focus.

Transcripts/Eligibility Letter:

  • For each exam, a Transcript or Eligibility Letter is required from the Applicant’s Chirorpractic Program confirming cumulative GPA, full Candidate name and expected date of graduation.
  • YOU must request your Chiropractic Program to send this document directly to CCEB to be received no later than the Application Deadline. Your Chiropractic Program may fax or email this document.
  • When an original Final Transcript is received, it will apply to all future CCEB exams.
  • If more than one exam is being taken at a single exam sitting, only one Transcript or Eligibility Letter is required.
  • Component C only: The CCEB Certificate is contingent on graduation. Graduation must occur within 3 months of exam date or exam results will become invalid.

Disability Accommodations/Assistive Devices

  • Any requests for disability accommodations or the use of assistive devices must be submitted with your application and received by the Application Deadline. See the Accommodations and Assistive Devices page on the CCEB website. CCEB reserves the right to designate the location and date/time of the exam. An Applicant may be assigned to an exam site other than his/her preferred site or on a date/time other than his/her preferred date/time.

Deficient Applications

  • An application is considered deficient until all items have been received.
  • By Application Deadline, the application, applicable fees, eligibility letter and photo must be received.


  • Cancellations received before the Application deadline will be assessed a $150.00 administrative fee.
  • Cancellations received after the deadline require evidence of extraordinary circumstances and will be reviewed on an individual basis.