200 Question PCE Mock Exam

PCE 200 question mock examThis package of 200 questions is designed to help individuals prepare for the physiotherapy competency exam.  It consists of questions ranging across many disciplines and facets of the physical therapy profession in Canada. To begin the exam, click the Exam title below and then click the START button.  You will have 4 hours to complete […]
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Mini PCE Practice Exam #2

This package of 40 questions is designed to help individuals prepare for the physiotherapy competency exam.  It consists of questions ranging across many disciplines and facets of the physical therapy profession in Canada.

To begin the exam, click the Exam title below and then click the START button.  You will have 80 minutes to complete the exam.  Upon completion our system will immediately show you your results with an in-depth breakdown of the individual exam components.

Please note that students will have access to the Exam for 72 hours after receipt of payment and explanations for individual questions are not included.

Mini PCE Practice Exam #1

This package of 40 questions is designed to help individuals prepare for the physiotherapy competency exam.  It consists of questions ranging across many disciplines and facets of the physical therapy profession in Canada.

To begin the exam, click the Exam title below and then click the START button.  You will have 80 minutes to complete the exam.  Upon completion our system will immediately show you your results with an in-depth breakdown of the individual exam components.

Please note that students will have access to the Exam for 72 hours after receipt of payment and explanations for individual questions are not included.

Keys to EPE Learning and the PCE Exam!

If you know nothing, at least know this about the PCE: It’s generally accepted that challenging your national entry to practice examination (PCE) is one of the more difficult and stressful activities you’ll encounter during your professional career. Part of that anxiety comes from the knowledge and excitement that all your hard work is about […]
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PT Fundamentals

Welcome to the PT Fundamentals module. The Physiotherapy Fundamentals review module delivers on its title.  Here you will find concepts and behaviors that are essential to every physiotherapist regardless of practice environment.  This is also the section where you can review critical themes from which the PCE examination is based upon.
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General MSK Concepts

Welcome to module on General MSK Concepts. Historically the PCE examination does not heavily examine musculoskeletal information in isolation.  Instead, it chooses to integrate information regarding musculoskeletal conditions into complex situations involving neurological, cardiovascular, legal and safety focuses.  To prepare for this, it is important to have a solid understanding of the concepts typically taught as […]
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Head & Cervical Spine

Welcome to the Head & Cervical Spine. The cervical spine is a dynamic osseous region allowing for a variety of movements and requirements of precise motor control. It also has important associations with the cranium, the shoulder girdle, the thoracic spine, and the temporal mandibular region. This section will review the bony and soft tissue […]
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Shoulder

graphic highlighting the shoulderWelcome to the Shoulder module. The shoulder is generally misinterpreted as a simple synovial ‘ball and socket’ type joint. However, this is a gross over simplification. We need to expand our thinking to the entire ‘shoulder girdle.’ This includes not only the scapulohumeral joint, but also the acromioclavicular, sternoclavicular, and scapulothoracic regions. These four regions collectively make up the shoulder […]
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Elbow

Welcome to the Elbow. Globally, the elbow is considered a compound synovial hinge joint. The elbow, in combination with the forearm, wrist, and hand, has the ability to move in a variety of ways which serves as a method to produce both power and fine movement dexterity. In this section, you will have the ability […]
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Wrist & Hand

Welcome to the Wrist & Hand. The wrist and hand are a complex region with a multitude of bones, joints, and various musculature.  While you navigate through these review modules keep in mind that the wrist and hand, although technically separate regions of the upper extremity, function very much as a single unit with the actions […]
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