|September 13, 2010
The Certification Board has developed a new approach for exam dates called “ARRANGED EXAMS” as an option for potential exam candidates.
The “normal” Spring, Summer, and Fall/Winter Certification Exam cycles at the local section level will remain unchanged; the intent of the Arranged Exam approach is to offer additional opportunities to those interested in certification.
WHAT IS AN ARRANGED EXAM?
An Arranged Exam:
The exam dates are grouped, keeping the 60 day exam registration deadline intact for each possible exam date. The registration deadline dates will not be compromised for any section, AEP, or individual exam candidate. All guidelines and requirements established by the Certification Program will be consistently maintained.
By using the Arranged Exam approach, an exam candidate could feasibility sit for a different exam on any of the given exam dates; as long the candidate meets the requirements to sit for the exam and the exam venue/two proctors have been identified, verified and approved by the Certification Manager.
Another new addition to the Exam Calendar is the introduction of weekday exam opportunities. Each group of possible exam dates has a weekday opportunity, as well as the normal Saturday opportunity.
HOW ARRANGED EXAMS WORK: