CCSP® and DACBSP® written exams takes place Saturday, May 1, 2021

Exam start times will be staggered.  Start times will be assigned after registration closes.

Exam time is approximately 4 1/2 hours from start to finish.

You will need time to check-in with the remote proctor prior to exam start time.

Registration for exam is open:

February 3, 2021
April 1, 2021 

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Cindy Hayter, Executive Director OR
Amanda Brickey, Certificant Services Administrator  

American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians™
(844) 327-2255 or (888) 358-2088


ACBSP Spring 2021 CCSP® and DACBSP® Written Exam Registration Form

Please complete this online form to begin the application process for the Spring 2021 CCSP® and DACBSP® written exams. Please know that your application package will NOT be complete UNTIL your transcript, a copy of your current DC license, a copy of your healthcare provider level CPR card, application registration form with exam fee and your candidate release form are also received by our office. The national office will also send each exam candidate a copy of the ACBSP Certificant and Candidate Agreement and Release which you must sign, date and return to us. It is a required exam application document. All exam application documents must be submitted prior to the application deadline AND your CPR certification and DC license must be valid through the exam date.

CPR certification - must be the healthcare provider level; we will accept the online only version 

Also, please be advised there is a new requirement to the exam process.  You MUST complete a "practice exam" prior to the actual exam.  It will be offered the week of April 10 - 17, 2021.  The practice exam will assist exam candidates in becoming familiar with the exam process since we have moved to remote proctored, computer-based exam.  

If you are paying via check, the check must be received by the national office by the application deadline date. The application deadline is Thursday, April 1, 2021.

Those using a MS degree as eligibility to sit for an exam, please know that your transcripts will be reviewed on an individual basis for approval and it is possible that a hands-on Emergency Procedures course may be required if a prior one is deemed insufficient.  

Please ensure the email address you list on your registration form is the email address that is accessible from the location where you are planning to take the exam.


The ACBSP™ is offering remote proctored computer-based testing beginning November 2020 for the writtten exams. This means travel to an exam site is not necessary. You may take the exam in the privacy of your home!

Each exam candidate will need the following: 

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Here is the list of the requirements:

1. You must be in a location with a strong internet connection, as you will be streaming video. A hard-wired internet connection to your computer or laptop is the safest and most reliable connection to the internet and exam.

2. You must take the exam in a location with no corporate or institutional firewalls, as this could adversely affect your test-taking experience and proctoring. We encourage you to take your exam on a private network (e.g. at home).

3. Have your smartphone and charger or external battery, so that it can stream video for the entire duration of the exam.  The smartphone must be set to silent. Your phone must have a camera and should be placed on a phone stand so the proctor will have a stable video view of both you and your desktop during the exam.

4. You must be using a computer on which you have the ability to install software (commonly called “admin rights”). WebLock must run on the computer to open and take the exam.

a. Close all applications running on your computer, especially those with communication or video functionality (e.g. Skype and Zoom), before you go to

b. Have the charger for your computer.  The exam has two 2-hour segments with a break in-between.

c. Have a computer that is windows-based or a MAC.  Your computer must have a camera.

d. Take the exam in a room where no one else has access during your exam.

e. Your desk must be free of debris. You should have nothing more than your computer, cell phone, government-issued photo ID and your exam letter which provides your exam identifier number.

When you log in for the exam, you must show the proctor your valid photo ID and have access to your exam identifier number.  You will receive the exam identifier number from the ACBSP™ national office.   If you have not received it two-weeks prior to the exam, please contact the national office.

The exam start times will be assigned after registration is complete.  However, please be aware that the exams will start in the morning, at approximately 8:00 am - per location.
There will be staggered start times.