The Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology or (EPPP) Part 2 is a standardized test that is used as one of the requirements for licensure as a psychologist in the United States. The Part 2 exam is used to evaluate the skills of a candidate using applied, real-world situations that psychologists face in practice.

Wondering how to get started in preparing for the EPPP Part 2 - Skills exam?  Keep reading.

  • Review the exam content outline. The exam content outline will provide you with a comprehensive list of domains that will be covered on the exam. Use this outline to guide your studying and ensure that you are focusing on the most important areas.
  • Practice with sample questions: One of the best ways to prepare for the EPPP Part 2 exam is to practice with sample questions. This will help you become familiar with the format and types of questions that will be on the exam, and will give you an idea of the level of difficulty you can expect. 
  • Consider connecting with others who have taken or are studying for the Part 2 exam via an online EPPP study group or board. Working with others can be an effective way to review for the EPPP Part 2 exam and can help provide one-on-one support, guidance, accountability and a sense of community.