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How Is The Exam Given?

Your examination will be given by computer at an Experior testing center. You must present a valid form of identification before you may test, and it must meet the following criteria:

  • the document must be government­issued (driver's license, state­issued identification card or military identification);
  • it must have a current photo and your signature; and
  • the name on the identification must be the same as the name used to register for the examination (including designations such as "Jr." or "III," etc.).

FAILURE TO PROVIDE APPROPRIATE IDENTIFICATION AT THE TIME OF THE EXAMINATION IS CONSIDERED A MISSED APPOINTMENT. If you cannot provide the identification as listed above, contact Experior before scheduling your appointment to arrange for an alternate form of meeting this requirement. You must bring your original pre­licensing education Certificate of Completion or Department waiver letter to the testing center each time you test. Your pre­licensing education certificate is valid for six months from date of course completion. In addition, candidates for the Bail or Recovery Agent examination must present their original Certificate of Eligibility. This certificate is valid for 60 days from date of issuance by the Department.

The following security procedures will apply during the exam:

  • examination contents are proprietary. No cameras, notes, tape recorders, phones or pagers are allowed in the testing room;
  • no programmable calculators are permitted; and
  • no valuables or weapons should be brought to the testing center. Only keys and wallets may be taken into the testing room, and Experior is not responsible for items left in the reception area.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY OF THESE SECURITY PROCEDURES MAY RESULT IN THE DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR EXAMINATION. EXPERIOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO VIDEOTAPE ANY EXAMINATION SESSION.

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