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No. You can view all of the continuing education course articles for free, and you have the option to purchase the continuing education assessment to obtain continuing education hours. Fees for assessments vary based on the complexity, structure, length, and rigor of each course.

You may submit payment via debit or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express).

You must remit payment using our online payment processing system. Payments may not be made via phone, fax, or standard mail.

All purchases are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Users will not receive a refund or be allowed to transfer payment to another course, assessment or individual.

Each state board makes this determination; however, most state boards award between one and three continuing education clock hours for completion of each assessment. You may also receive NBCC-approved continuing education clock hours. Your certificate will indicate what type(s) of continuing education is awarded.

Yes. The number of continuing education clock hours each program is worth is listed next to it. However, you will need to purchase and pass the associated assessment in order to receive those continuing education hours.

Upon successful completion of an assessment, you will be sent a Certificate of Completion via the email address provided when you registered for an account with CCE Jurisprudence.

First, check your spam or junk folder to ensure emails from are accepted. You may also find your certificate by logging in to your CCE Jurisprudence account and selecting “User Files” from the drop-down menu under "My Account."

There is no deadline imposed by CCE; however, we encourage you to consult with your state licensing board regarding any specific requirements (for example, license renewal or application deadline).

You are not required to complete the assessment in one session; however, depending on the type of assessment, you may not return to the last question you answered and instead may receive a new question.

No. We recommend reviewing the state laws and rules on the State Board’s website.