Not including the application itself and the tax clearance form, you will need to have official transcripts of your doctoral degree and an APA accreditation letter (if applicable) sent directly to the Board. If other documentation is necessary, the Board will contact you. This documentation becomes a part of your applicant file, and it is not necessary to send it again to support subsequent exam or licensure applications.
Yes, provided the applicant can produce acceptable evidence that they meet the educational requirements listed in Minnesota Administrative Rule 7200.1300. Instructions can be found in the applications for examination. Non-APA education submission will be reviewed by the Application Review Committee on a monthly basis.
The PRE is the jurisprudence exam for the state of Minnesota. It covers the Rules of Conduct found in the Minnesota Psychology Practice Act. The exam is computer-based and administered by a test vendor with testing centers throughout the U.S.
Yes, they may be. An applicant trained in an educational institution outside of the United States or Canada shall demonstrate that they possess a doctoral degree in psychology that meets the requirements of Minnesota Administrative Rule part 7200.1300. The applicant shall also provide the board with a comprehensive evaluation of the degree performed by a foreign credential evaluation service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) and any other documentation the board deems necessary. For more information about NACES please visit: www.naces.org.