Exam Day Information

Important Examination Information – Please read carefully.

Please ensure you read all communications from the CCEB thoroughly.

You may be refused entry to the examination if you do not adhere to these advisories.

Candidates are provided with all supplies required to complete the examination. Please refrain from bringing unnecessary items to the exam.

All personal property must be surrendered at security for the duration of the examination.  Secure storage will not be provided.

Under no circumstances are the CCEB, its agents, employees or volunteers responsible for any loss or damage to property of the Candidate which has been brought to the exam but not allowed to be retained during the exam by the Candidate.

Candidates must be prepared to undergo a security check including inspection of any permitted items and exceptions that they bring to the examination.  The CCEB reserves the right to refuse any personal property in the examination room.

Required Items:

  • Valid government-issued identification (driver’s license or passport)

Prohibited Items (except by specific exception):
(includes but not limited to:)

  • All electronics, including cellular phone, iPod, headphones etc.
  • Headwear/hats
  • Sunglasses
  • Jewelry, watches, necklaces
  • Ear plugs
  • Exam supplies, pencils, pens, calculators, dictionaries, etc.
  • Food/snacks
  • Personal items like bags, coats and backpacks.
Component C only:
  • Apparel and water bottles with chiropractic school, office or program logos.

Prohibited Items & Exceptions:

  • Water in a clear, unmarked container.
  • Prescription eyewear.
  • Cough drops (unwrapped and placed in a clear plastic baggie).
  • Hand sanitizer in a clear/unmarked plastic container.
  • Jewelry and/or headwear which fulfils a religious or medical requirement including masks and face shields related to respiratory health protection.
  • Wedding rings and other similar permanent/immovable jewelry.
Component A/B only:
  • Candidates using remote proctoring are permitted the technology tools required to participate in remote proctoring and may have a single sheet of blank 8 x 10 paper and a pencil in their workspace, all of which will be inspected by the proctor.  
With the prior written approval of the CCEB.
  • Food, required due to medical condition.
  • Medical devices (e.g. hearing aids/diabetes pump).
Testing accommodations must be applied for in advance of the application deadline.
The Testing Accommodation Policy an be found here:
http://www.cceb.ca/docs/accommodaitons-and-assistive-devices


Improper actions and inappropriate behaviour:

Candidates should be familiar with the CCEB Discipline Process Policy and Appendix A “Improper Actions” and understand the severity of the penalties for non-compliance.
http://www.cceb.ca/docs/CCEB-discipline-process-policy.pdf.

The CCEB does not condone or tolerate aggressive, inappropriate or harassing behaviour of any kind.  The CCEB considers harassment, in all its forms, to be a serious offence and shall take appropriate disciplinary measures up to and including failure of an individual.

Should you have concerns about the inappropriate behaviour at the examination site, please report it immediately to the Head Proctor, Chief Examiner, or CCEB staff representative.