Live Remote Propctoring is now Availble to Sit the ARC Exam

 

Always check the ARC Candidate Handbook prior to scheduling a proctored exam to ensure you know what is required of you and what is involved. https://ptcny.com/pdf/ARC.pdf

*Please note proctors are english speaking only.

Scheduling a Remotely Proctored Examination Appointment
If you prefer to test via live remote proctoring in your home or another quiet distraction free location you must provide a computer with a camera, microphone, and an internet connection to allow real-time video communication with a remote proctor.

*Live remote proctors only speak English. If you cannot speak/understand English, it is suggested you choose to test at a Prometric testing center.

PLEASE BE ADVISED: It is the candidate’s responsibility to be sure their equipment and workspace meet all the requirements for Live Remote Proctoring. If a candidate makes an appointment for remote proctoring and is unable to test due to not meeting technical requirements or physical requirements of the workspace, the candidate will forfeit their examination fees and will need to follow the transfer policies in place for their exam. Please refer to the ARC Candidate Handbook. https://ptcny.com/pdf/ARC.pdf

 

The following list is not complete but gives you an idea of what to expect:

• Be sure to check your system compatibility BEFORE you schedule and again before your appointment.
• The check-in process is about 30 minutes long and is not factored into your appointment. Be sure to log into ProProctor to start your exam at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment time.
• While your exam will be administered in the language you chose on your application, theProProctor software and live remote proctors only use English.
• Candidates are permitted to take one 5-minute break. Candidates MUST alert their proctor when they take their break and will need to perform the security check when they return.
• No scratch paper is allowed. Be sure your workspace is clear of any extra items and electronic devices except for your government-issued photo ID.
• Read the Live Remote Proctoring FAQs here: https://ptcny.com/remote-proctor-faqs/

Live Remote Propctoring is now Availble to Sit the ARC Exam

 

Always check the ARC Candidate Handbook prior to scheduling a proctored exam to ensure you know what is required of you and what is involved. https://ptcny.com/pdf/ARC.pdf

*Please note proctors are english speaking only.

Scheduling a Remotely Proctored Examination Appointment
If you prefer to test via live remote proctoring in your home or another quiet distraction free location you must provide a computer with a camera, microphone, and an internet connection to allow real-time video communication with a remote proctor.

*Live remote proctors only speak English. If you cannot speak/understand English, it is suggested you choose to test at a Prometric testing center.

PLEASE BE ADVISED: It is the candidate’s responsibility to be sure their equipment and workspace meet all the requirements for Live Remote Proctoring. If a candidate makes an appointment for remote proctoring and is unable to test due to not meeting technical requirements or physical requirements of the workspace, the candidate will forfeit their examination fees and will need to follow the transfer policies in place for their exam. Please refer to the ARC Candidate Handbook. https://ptcny.com/pdf/ARC.pdf

 

The following list is not complete but gives you an idea of what to expect:

• Be sure to check your system compatibility BEFORE you schedule and again before your appointment.
• The check-in process is about 30 minutes long and is not factored into your appointment. Be sure to log into ProProctor to start your exam at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment time.
• While your exam will be administered in the language you chose on your application, theProProctor software and live remote proctors only use English.
• Candidates are permitted to take one 5-minute break. Candidates MUST alert their proctor when they take their break and will need to perform the security check when they return.
• No scratch paper is allowed. Be sure your workspace is clear of any extra items and electronic devices except for your government-issued photo ID.
• Read the Live Remote Proctoring FAQs here: https://ptcny.com/remote-proctor-faqs/