Frequently Asked Questions 

Questions about the Certification Exam

Is the exam held in languages other than english?


The Board For Certification in Clinical Anaplastology (BCCA) develops the content for the certification exam through a process called a Job Task Analysis (JTA). This process is done to ensure the questions that make up the exam are comprehensive and clearly understood. Unfortunately it is not possible to repeat this thorough and indepth process for other languages and the exam is only held in english. For more information on the BCCA Job Task Analysis, click here.




Is the certification exam ever held in other countries?


The BCCA tries to coordinate having candidates write the exam during the meetings for the International Anaplastology Association (IAA). When the IAA has held their meetings outside of the USA, the BCCA has offered the exam in the same location. (Ghent, Belgium in 2012, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2015 and in Quebec City, Canada 2018). To see the International Anaplastology Association website, click here.




I have problems with mobility. Will the exam location be accessible to me?


The BCCA does not discriminate against any candidate for certification on the basis of race, color,creed, age, gender, national origin, religion, disability, marital status, parental status, ancestry,sexual orientation, military discharge status or source of income, or any other status protected by law. Please contact us prior to the exam date andthe BCCA will accomate you.





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