CPLEE

CPLEE Exam Prep

The Final Hurdle

Prepare to pass the CPLEE and join the ranks of licensed psychologists. Your journey toward professional success starts with effective preparation – let AATBS guide you through it with effective exam preparation tools.

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CPLEE Materials Package

This package includes 4 months of access to our online practice exams, coaching check-ins, and study volumes.

CPLEE Practice Tests

TestMASTER, our mock testing program, gives you access to two full-length exams containing questions that are similar to those included on the California Psychology Legal & Ethical Exam (CPLEE) in terms of content and difficulty level.

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All of our questions are regularly reviewed by Psychometricians for quality, difficulty, and discrimination using both Item Response Theory (IRT) and Classical Test Theory (CTT) paradigms. These analyses allow us to increase the quality of our questions to ensure that you get the best practice available.

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