To be considered for registration, candidates applying for registration with The NSCC must successfully complete the following:
- Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board (CCEB) knowledge-based examinations (within 3 years of application);
- CCEB Clinical Competency Examinations (within 12 months of application); and
- NSCC Jurisprudence Examination (within 12 months of application).
For more information about CCEB examinations, please contact the CCEB at:
Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board
Suite 238, 2116 - 27th Avenue NE
Calgary, Alberta T2E 7A6
The purpose of the Jurisprudence Examination to test the applicant's knowledge of the laws, regulations, codes of ethics and policies regarding chiropractic practice in Nova Scotia. The examination is administered by the NSCC. There are two regular administrations of this exam per year, in the Spring and Fall.
The fee for this examination if regularly administered is $150.00. An additional fee will apply if an examination is requested outside of the two regular administrations.