Who has to take the CPCE?

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Who has to take the CPCE?

Answer: Your University must approve you to take the CPCE. Please contact your school’s CPCE program coordinator to receive details about testing. 2) Are there additional steps after I register with my school to take the CPCE?

What does the CPCE do?

The Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) is an evaluation tool that assesses students’ competence of foundational, counseling-related knowledge. The CPCE is designed to assess students who have completed graduate-level courses; courses that are grounded primarily in a counseling curriculum.

When should I take the CPCE exam?

The CPCE assesses whether counseling students have adequate knowledge of foundational counseling topics, which are typically viewed as professional standards in the counseling industry. Students often take this examination upon the completion of the core courses within their counseling program.

What happens if you fail the CPCE?

If a student fails to pass the CPCE on their second attempt, they will be given three options. Within 14 days of being notified, students must submit, in writing, their selected option to their advisor. Option 1: Retake courses reflective of all failed sub-tests and pass all courses.

Is the CPCE hard?

The book is daunting and long! There are more than 600 pages and a lot of information that I did not need for the exam, but, it is still a helpful tool. I recommend going through each question, and reading some of the explanations for the questions that you did not understand.

Is the CPCE multiple choice?

The CPCE exam is a 160 question multiple choice NCE Info exam administered by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). The UNI Counseling Programs utilizes the CPCE for the multiple choice portion of the comprehensive examination.

What is a good CPCE score?

A perfect score on the CPCE would be 136, however your score will depend on the national average at the time of the exam.

What is the pass rate of the CPCE?

There is no universal criteria for passing the exam as the minimum requirement is set independently by each university. In general, the minimum will likely be somewhere between 62% and 65% correct (so 85 to 89 out of 136).

How difficult is the CPCE exam?

– out of 160 questions. One hundred questions correct out of 160 is 62.5%. Never has the cutoff for the NCE been higher than 65% correct out of 160 so it is a very passable exam, with your preparation. For licensure, some states convert the NCE cutoff to a 75% or similar number before they will call it a PASS.

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What is a good score on the CPCE?

What is the average CPCE score?

A passing score on the CPCE is 70/136. This score was calculated as the average of passing scores for 13 administrations of the CPCE at UNCP from Fall 2013 through the summer of 2018 (five academic years).

What do you need to know about the CPCE?

The Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE) is designed to measure a student’s level of mastery of the requisite knowledge and skills identified by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and other Educational Professions (CACREP) for the preparation of professional counselors.

Where can I Find my CPCE test scores?

Answer: The student can log into their Pearson VUE account to view and print their score report. Scores are available within 24 hours of the examination. 7) The score report flashed on the screen after the student tested, then disappeared. Were their responses and scores saved? Answer: Yes, there is a record of their examination.

What does CPCE stand for in a command post?

CPCE provides an integrated mission command capability across command post and platforms, through all echelons, and provides simplicity, intuitiveness, core services and applications, and warfighter functionality in the areas of fires, logistics, intelligence, airspace management and maneuver.

Can you still take the CPCE with pencil and paper?

CCE no longer administers CPCE exams using pencil and paper, except for approved accommodations. Over 400 college and university counseling programs across the country use CCE’s Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination (CPCE).