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    Massage Therapy Jurisprudence Exam

    Online Jurisprudence Examination Instructions and Policies

    ​Eligible applicants will be emailed instructions on how to register for the Online JP examination.

    To prepare for the JP Examination you should study the Massage Laws  and  Massage Regulations (COMAR)  governing massage therapy in Maryland. An applicant must receive a passing score of 75% or better to be eligible for massage licensure or registration. If you are unsuccessful in passing the Examination after two attempts, the re-take fee will be $200.00, and a new examination registration form must be submitted to the Board with payment of the re-take fee.

    ​Notice: Applicants requiring special accommodation are to submit a request directly to the Board.


    You may not receive any assistance from other individuals in taking this exam, and you may not allow other individuals to see the computer screen that presents the exam questions.

    Pursuant to Md. Code Ann. Health Occ 6-308(a), the Board may not only deny the application of an Applicant but also may take disciplinary action against a licensee or registrant that obtained a license or registration through cheating.  Those actions may include revocation of said licensure or registration.

    It should be noted that an applicant, licensee, or entity may not possess the Board’s Jurisprudence Examination, nor may those individuals record, save questions, or share any part of the examination with others.