College of

TRADITIONAL

CHINESE MEDICINE

PRACTITIONERS +

ACUPUNCTURISTS

of British Columbia

Jurisprudence Examination

All applicants applying for registration with the College must successfully complete the Jurisprudence Examination. 

NEW notice (2020-08-18): The online Jurisprudence Examination with Remote Proctoring is expected to be available online on August 27, 2020.  Applications for the online exam with remote proctoring will start on August 27, 2020 as well.


Previous Notice

Important notice (2020-03-13): Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the test centers for the Jurisprudence Examination will be closed from Monday, March 16. All currently scheduled candidates should log in to the platform to follow this change. New exams cannot be scheduled at this time.

Important notice (2020-04-02 updated): The closure of the test center is now extended to Friday, May 22.

Important notice (2020-05-22 updated): The closure of the test center is now extended to Tuesday, June 30.

Important notice (2020-06-30 updated): To enhance the candidate experience with the Jurisprudence Examination administration, CTCMA is collaborating with Yardstick to transfer the Jurisprudence Examination from Computer Examination with In-person Administration to  Online Examination with Remote Examination Proctoring.

During the transition period, please mark down the following important dates: 

Important Date

Event

Now to July 24, 2020

Limited Availability of Computer Examination at a Test Centre that has been Re-opened

If you wish to complete the Jurisprudence Examination using the current format (Computer Examination at a Test Centre), you may choose to submit the application and complete the Jurisprudence Examination by July 24, 2020, depending on the availability of the examination centers.

July 25 – August 26, 2020

Exam Administration Suspended

The Jurisprudence Examination will be OFFLINE due to transition to online remote format.  Candidates will not be able to book or take the exam during this period.

August 27, 2020 Onwards

Exam to be offered in Remote Proctoring Format

Official launch of the Online Jurisprudence Examination with Remote Examination Proctoring – the application start date will be announced later

We will continue to provide updates on this transition and appreciate your patience in anticipating a more candidate-convenient Jurisprudence Examination.


Application Procedure

The College contracted with Yardstick to administer the Jurisprudence Examination. Please follow the procedures below to apply to write the Jurisprudence Examination:

  1. Go to the Jurisprudence Examination Site: https://ctcmajp.ysasecure.com/.

  2. Click the ‘sign up’ button to create an account (if this is your first application to write the Jurisprudence Examination).

  3. Complete the required information in order to proceed with the application.

  4. Click on the ‘products’ tab and purchase the Jurisprudence Examination. Purchases are made online using a credit card only (no other form of payment is accepted).  A Purchase Receipt Email is sent right after the exam is purchased.  A Booking Instructions email will be sent to you with information of the steps to book an online session and support information for Remote Proctoring from ProctorU.  

Please keep the information email handy as you may need the information when having trouble booking online exam session, confirming setup preparedness, and/or experiencing technical difficulties on Exam Day. 


Examination Resources

Jurisprudence Examination Candidate Handbook

The Jurisprudence Examination Candidate Handbook contains detailed information about the policies, procedures for the Examination, including examination format, scoring, passing grades, and application process.

Jurisprudence Course Handbook

The Jurisprudence Examination is based on the:

Jurisprudence Examination Accommodation

Candidates with a disability who requires examination accommodations must submit a request for consideration (in writing, signed, dated, and enclosed with supporting documentation) to the College at least twenty (20) business days prior to their anticipated examination write date.