Prohibited Items and Examinee Conduct
The following items are prohibited while taking your remote proctored exam:
- Unauthorized personal items may not be accessible while testing. Such items include, but are not limited to: outerwear, hats, food, drinks, purses, bags or briefcases, notebooks, watches, cell phones, electronic devices, or wearable technology.
- Eating, drinking, smoking, and chewing gum are prohibited during the exam.
- Written notes, published materials, and other testing aids are strictly prohibited.
- Light clothing items removed for comfort such as sweaters, suit jackets, scarves, etc., must be hung on the examinee’s chair, not placed in laps or on the workstation desktop. Outerwear such as heavy coats, parkas, raincoats, etc., is not permitted in the immediate testing area.
PLEASE NOTE: The Remote Proctor (RP) is authorized to dismiss you from the test session for a violation of any of the Testing Regulations, including exhibiting abusive behavior towards the RP. If you are found to have violated any of the regulations during your exam, the RP is required to notify Prometric and your test sponsor.
Prometric, alone or in conjunction with your test sponsor, shall then take any further action necessary to sanction your conduct, up to and including invalidation of your test score and/or pursuit of civil or criminal charges. You acknowledge that you have no right to privacy at your current location during exam delivery and that you waive any and all claims asserting a right to privacy.
If you do not wish to be recorded (either by video or audio), please notify the proctor immediately of your intent not to proceed with the exam.
Note: Client/test sponsor practice policies shall supersede these regulations if a conflict exists.
Important Note: If you register to take the exam remotely and your remote proctor determines your room or workstation does not meet the requirements, your exam fees will be forfeited.
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