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Podiatric Physician Jurisprudence Exam

TDLR has contracted with third party vendor, PSI, to administer the Texas podiatric physician jurisprudence licensing examination for the Podiatry program. For general information about PSI, go to the company's website at

Exam Eligibility

Upon TDLR approval of eligibility, PSI will send you an email confirmation with instructions for scheduling an appointment to take the examination. If an email address was not provided to TDLR at the time of application, you will receive a postcard via U.S. Mail from PSI with scheduling information.


Examinations are offered in Abilene, Amarillo, Arlington, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Harlingen, Houston, Lubbock, McAllen, Midland, San Antonio, Tyler and Waco.

Instructions for registering to take the exam outside of Texas can be found in the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB).

Scheduling an Exam

If you are eligible for examination, then you can visit the PSI website at or contact PSI by phone at (833) 333-4741 to schedule your exam date.

Please see the Candidate Information Bulletin for detailed information on scheduling your exam.

Requests for Special Accommodations

Every reasonable accommodation will be made in meeting a candidate’s needs. Applicants with disabilities or those who would otherwise have difficulty taking the exam should make a request for alternative arrangements with PSI. Details for requesting special accommodations can be found in the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB).

Candidate Information Bulletin

Please read the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB) completely and thoroughly before you attempt to take the exam.

If you have any questions about the exam, or if there are any parts of the Candidate Information Bulletin that you don’t understand, please contact PSI at (833) 333-4741.

Fee Schedule

The examination cost can be found in the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB).

Exam Requirements

You are not required to bring anything to the exam site other than your identification.

Information regarding the examination and exam requirements can be found in the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB).

Requirements for Identification

You must provide a valid government-issued ID (driver’s license, state ID, passport), which includes your signature, photograph, and date of birth.

Your identification must match EXACTLY with the information TDLR has on file. If your name or address has changed, you must notify TDLR in writing. We will not allow anyone other than the person listed in our database to test with PSI.

A list of acceptable forms of identification can be found in the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB).

Study Materials

See the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB) for the number of questions on the exam, the time allotted to complete the exam, and a list of reference materials.

Cancellations, Late Arrivals, and Missed Exams

Details regarding PSI’s cancellation policy can be found in the Candidate Information Bulletin (CIB).

If you miss your exam date, or if you arrive late, you will not be able to take the scheduled examination and your examination fee will be forfeited.

Test Results

Your grade will be handed to you at the test center by the PSI proctor after you have completed the test. PSI generates a score report which provides a diagnostic of the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses.

The passing score is 80% or higher (same as last agency).

If you did not pass the exam, you may schedule a retake with PSI within 24-48 hours of your failed exam.

Fiscal Year 2023 (September 2022 - August 2023)

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Fiscal Year 2022 (September 2021 ‐ August 2022)

Podiatry Jurisprudence Exams Pass Fail TOTAL Pass Rate No Show
TOTAL 60 60 122 50.0% 2

Fiscal Year 2021 (September 2020 ‐ August 2021)

Podiatry Jurisprudence Exams Pass Fail TOTAL Pass Rate No Show
TOTAL 61 40 101 64.4% 2