Online Exam:

  • Remote Proctoring:This allows candidates to take the exam from a location of their choice using a computer with a stable internet connection. A remote proctor monitors the exam using webcam and screen-sharing technology to ensure security and adherence to testing rules.
  • Requirements: To take the exam online, candidates typically need a suitable computer, a webcam, a microphone, a stable internet connection, and a private, quiet testing environment that meets the proctoring service’s specifications.
    In-Person Exam:
  • Test Centers: These are physical locations where candidates can take the exam under controlled conditions monitored by testing staff.
  • Requirements: Candidates need to schedule an appointment, arrive at the designated test center on time, and follow specific guidelines set by the testing center, such as ID verification and adhering to testing regulations.

Before deciding on a testing method, it’s important for candidates to consider factors like convenience, accessibility, and their own preferences. Some may prefer the flexibility of taking the exam from home, while others might feel more comfortable in a controlled, in-person environment. For more information about the Online/In-Person exam option