ABCN Written Exam: The ABCN written exam is administered electronically at PSI Premier Centers across North America in two-week windows, four times per year. A candidate registers for this examination through the ABPP website after being notified of passing the Credential Review process. The appropriate form and examination fee must be received by ABPP by the registration deadlines noted below. For further information, please review the Written Examination Instructions. In addition to the registration fee, PSI charges a seating fee to all candidates. The current fee structure for the Written Examination is:
- ABCN/ABPP Registration Fee: $300
- PSI Seat Fee: $290
|Deadline to Register||Examination Dates|
|10/4/19||11/30/19 - 12/15/19|
|12/20/19||2/15/20 - 3/1/20|
|3/20/20||5/16/20 - 5/31/20|
|6/12/20||8/8/20 - 8/23/20|
|10/2/20||11/28/20 - 12/13/20|
Pediatric Subspecialty Written Exam: Specialists who have been awarded board certification by ABCN and who meet eligibility criteria for subspecialty certification in pediatric clinical neuropsychology through credential review may take the Pediatric Subspecialty Written Examination. This examination is currently offered once per year at the AACN Annual Meeting.
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 (exact time TBD)
Location: Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel
Deadline to register: May 8, 2020
Oral examination is currently offered up to three times per year at the University of Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute depending on the demand. Dates for upcoming ABCN oral examinations are as follows.
Spring 2020 (registration closed)
April 3-4, 2020
August 14-15, 2020
November 13-14, 2020
Practice Sample Submission:
ABCN reviews practice sample submissions in the order in which they are received. As of October 1, 2019, submissions will be accepted on a “rolling” basis and will not be subject to deadlines as in the past. Given that oral examination slots are often subject to limited availability, candidates are encouraged to submit practice samples as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary delays in sitting for the oral examination. Once a practice sample has passed review, the candidate will be scheduled for the next open examination.
Disability Accommodations: ABCN encourages qualified neuropsychologists with disabilities to enter the board certification process and will attempt to provide reasonable accommodations for applicants with verified disabilities, consistent with the intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Applicants who request accommodations because of disability must advise the Board in writing no later than the deadline for submitting application materials for examination. All documentation and other evidence substantiating the disability must be received by the Board at least 60 days before the examination in question is conducted. For more information on ADA accommodations, please review the ABCN Candidate’s Manual, ADA information and the ABCN application for testing accommodations on the ABPP website.