Please allow at least 30 minutes for the check-in process, i.e., if your appointment is at 12:00, you should log-in and begin the check-in no later than 11:30.
The check-in process for live remote proctoring is similar in many ways to checking in at a Prometric testing center.
You will be asked to present your government-issued photo ID.
You will be asked to roll up your sleeves and turn out your pockets as well. Proctors may also ask you to check behind your ears. If you wear glasses you will be asked to present them to the proctor as well.
Proctors will ask you to remove jewelry and watches, so please do not wear these items during the exam.
In addition to these checks, the proctor will as you to do a scan of your work area. They will ask to see all four walls, to check under your seat and/or desk, as well as any areas of concern, like furniture or electronic devices you have in your room.
If you have a separate webcam it may be easier to do these checks. If not, be prepared to move your computer around the room to perform these checks. The proctor will also want to check the computer you are using. If you're using a laptop with a built-in camera, please have access to a mirror, so you can show the proctor your computer.