Arizona Revised Statutes Title 32 Chapter 19 is specific to the Board of Physical Therapy. This document serves as part of the AZLAW Jurisprudence Exam study materials; commonly referred to as AZLAW Statutes.
Arizona Administrative Code Title 4 Chapter 24 is specific to the Board of Physical Therapy. This document serves as part of the AZLAW Jurisprudence Exam study materials; commonly referred to as AZLAW Rules.
This form must be completed by those applicants seeking ADA Accommodations for the NPTE and/or AZLAW exams. Upload the completed form to your application and submit via the eLicensing system.
This form must be completed in its entirety by every applicant for PT licensure or PTA certification. Upload the completed form to your application through the eLicensing system.
This handbook is the road map to the AZLAW Jurisprudence Exam. Use this handbook in conjunction with the Arizona Revised Statutes (Laws) and Arizona Administrative Code (Rules) as your study materials for the AZLAW exam.
A.R.S. §32-2022 requires that all initial applicants for licensure as a physical therapist and certification as a physical therapist assistant obtain and provide a valid Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card issued by the Department of Public Safety as an application requirement. In addition, approval for testing on the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE) and the AZLAW examinations requires the Board of Physical Therapy have a copy of a valid fingerprint clearance card before approving applicants to test. Visit azdps.gov for more information.
Graduating students may test before graduation (conditions apply) if the examination date is before the student's expected graduation date. See the linked page for additional details.
When contacting the FSBPT for NPTE score transfers, individuals requesting transer must pay the FSBPT score transfer fee at the time of request.