100% of Emperor’s College grads that took the California Acupuncture License Exam for the first time last March passed, the highest pass rate of any acupuncture school in the United States represented by more than four students.
A total of 296 people from around the U.S. took the exam for the first time on March 21, 2017, 232 of whom passed, for a 78% pass rate. The next exam will be held August 23, 2017 in Sacramento, CA.
Emperor’s College grads posted the highest 2016 pass rate with 88.6% of its grads that took the California Acupuncture License Exam for the first time passing. Over the last three years, Emperor’s grads have posted an 83.8% pass rate, outperforming the average by over 20%, the highest three year pass rate of any of the acupuncture schools in the country that sent more than two students to each exam.
“The California Acupuncture Licensing Exam is recognized as the most difficult licensing exam in the country and that 100% of our grads taking the test for the first time passed is wonderful,” said Jacques MoraMaro, Academic Dean at Emperor’s College. “And that our grads outperformed the grads of the other major AOM schools over the last three years is a testament to the hard work of the students and the efforts at the college to continually improve and create the best learning experience possible for the students.”
The full list of pass rates by college can be found on the California Acupuncture Board website at http://www.acupuncture.ca.gov/students/stats_mar2017.pdf