FCCPT will definitely answer all your questions but you have to pay for that. First, only NY allows non-board passers from the country of origin to take the exam and you should NOT take FCCPT as your credentialing agency because they will definitely reject your credentials. You need to take NYSED. However, you can only practice in NY and you cannot do any reciprocity to other states. Given a chance you have to move to a different state you still have to take the Local Board Exam. You cannot even practice as a PTA because it is also FCCPT which will process applications for PTAs. You likewise need to go to a school for PTAs in the US before you will be eligible to take the PTA Board as some subjects for PTAs are lacking under the PT curriculum. There are also some rumors that sooner NY will require a local board. Unfortunately, FCCPT even rejects board passers to take the NPTE exam especially those who graduated before CHED Memo. Order No. 24, Series of 2006 since most are lacking some subjects (mostly 5 subjects and to some schools even more). The subjects that you need to take are as follows: Community Based Rehabilitation, Cultural Competency, Research Methods in Rehab, Pharmacology and Consultation, Delegation, Screening and Referral...Texas requires another subject and that is Metabolic Disorders...while for some schools it is already included in their course syllabi. FCPPT will not definitely tell you what courses or subjects you are missing since disclosing you the subjects will defeat the purpose of the credentialing agency which is just to determine if you substantially met the requirements or not. It is their duty to compare the education you received with the American standards and will tell you if your are NPTE eligible or not. FCCPT as an agency will answer all queeries and request for credential screening however it will still follow the charters and policies that they require before a Foreign PT Graduate is allowed to take the NPTE. They will need to accept any request for screening for equal opportunity but they cannot tell you straight ahead that you are eligible or not unless you paid the fee and you submitted your credentials. You may want to ask your classmates or your school and they will give you the same answer. Hope that this may help!!! Do not waste your money. Try to do little more research.