Top 6 Things You Should know for Exam Day Prep

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Top 6 Things You Should know for Exam Day Prep
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Learn about the top 6 things you should know when preparing for exam day. 


You may have recently scheduled a certification exam, or maybe you’re planning on taking an exam in the future, so you might be wondering what you can expect on exam day. That’s why we’ve provided a list of the top 6 things you should know when preparing and setting up your location for exam day.

Here are 6 essential things you should know when preparing for your exam:  

  1. Make sure you’re in a quiet, well-lit area with no other people besides yourself. 
  2. You should use one monitor during the exam. Any additional monitors will need to be stored away. 
  3. Clear your desk of all items before taking the exam. Be sure to remove any food items, paper & books, electronic items, such as a phone or tablet, etc. You may have a drink available during the exam. 
  4. Make sure your phone is off or store it outside of your exam location. You won’t be able to make or receive calls, texts, or emails during the exam. 
  5. If you need to use the restroom during the exam, just ask the proctor and you’ll be allowed to do so. 
  6. If any items need you to use a calculator, we’ll supply an on-screen one for you to use.

Want to learn more? Check out our What to Expect on Exam Day video.


Best of luck!


This article was written by Karlie Beil, Customer Marketing Specialist. 


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