Many test takers’ livelihoods, professional advancement and professional development depend on the results of the exams they take. Add to that, the time and money investment that test takers make to prepare themselves for the test experience. Between study materials, coursework, the cost of the exam itself – and the fact that their careers may depend on how they perform, we realize that taking a test can be stressful and anxiety-producing.
Prometric is committed to being forthcoming and transparent about what you can expect on the day of your exam in order to help minimize your anxiety. We understand that the more you know about what to expect, the more confident and comfortable you’ll be on exam day; and the better you’ll perform!
Many test organizations suggest study guides or other reference materials that are covered on their exams. Use them to study and start studying early!
Be sure to bring a government-issued ID card and your Prometric scheduling confirmation to the test center. Each testing organization has different requirements about what you’ll need to check in and sit for your exam. These can vary greatly by test sponsor, so please read your exam testing organization’s requirements carefully.
Every testing organization also has different requirements about what materials you can or can’t access during your exam. These can vary greatly by test sponsor, so please read your exam testing organization’s requirements carefully.
The night before your exam, get a good night’s sleep! You’ve likely studied long and hard for your test, so give yourself the best possible chance to succeed by getting enough sleep the night before.
The day of your test, arrive at the center early, so that you have plenty of time to park, if necessary, check in and get settled before the test.