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Purpose: The Certification Commission, a quasi-independent organization under the auspices of the full PACB Board of Directors, created this Practice Test to assist candidates in preparing for the Board Certified Patient Advocate Examination, and not as medical, legal, or advocacy advice. Under no circumstances, including negligence, shall PACB, its offices, agents, or anyone else involved in creating, producing, or distributing the content of this site, be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages that may result from the use of this site. PACB will also not be held liable for omissions, interruptions, or loss of files or data, errors, defects, delays in operation, or the failure, theft, destruction, or unauthorized access to the BCPA Practice Test.

Indemnification and Test Accuracy: Users of the BCPA Practice Test agree to waive any claim they may have against PACB for reliance on any information presented in the practice test. In addition, users of the Practice Test also waive any claim they have against PACB for injury or other damage which may result in any way from use of the practice test.

Relationship to the BCPA Certification Exam: Achieving a high score on a practice test does not guarantee a passing score on the corresponding BCPA Certification Examination. Taking the Practice Test has no effect on the candidate’s performance on the certification exam and does not predict performance. The questions on the Practice Test are designed to familiarize candidates with information and concepts that are likely to be tested on the BCPA Certification Examination, but none of the items on the practice test will appear on the certification exam. The Patient Advocate Certification Board is not responsible if candidates are unhappy with their practice test results.

Copyright Infringement: All text, graphics, audio, design, software, and other works on this site are the copyrighted works of the Patient Advocate Certification Board. All rights reserved. Any distribution or reproduction of anything on this website or the BCPA Practice Test is strictly prohibited.

Practice Test Results: Test results consist of the number of correct responses and the number of incorrect responses. The content of the exam is limited to 25 questions; however, the Practice Test makeup mirrors the domain blueprint of the certification examination. Candidates are provided with the answers to questions as well as the explanation and justification for the rationale. Practice tests are designed to help candidates determine in which areas they may need additional study before taking the certification exam.

No Refunds: The Practice Exam is offered at no additional charge to candidates who are fully registered for the BCPA examination. Registration is open for each exam cycle 6 months prior to the start of the 4-week testing window. PACB will not issue refunds for candidates who perform poorly on the Practice Test.