The Exam Situation

When you arrive at the testing center where you scheduled your exam, you'll need to sign in with an exam proctor. He'll ask you to show two forms of identification—one of which must be a photo ID, like a driver's license, passport, or national ID card. After you have signed in, you'll be asked to deposit any books, bags, or other items you brought with you. Then you'll be escorted into the closed room that houses the exam seats.

All exams are completely closed book. In fact, you won't be permitted to take anything with you into the testing area. You'll be furnished with a pen or pencil and a blank sheet of paper—or, in some cases, an erasable plastic sheet and an erasable felt-tip pen—that you can use to record notes during ...

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