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You should arrive at the testing center at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment for check in. You must bring a copy of the examination appointment confirmation email with you. To be admitted to the testing center you must bring current, valid government-issued identification (ID). Your identification must include your name (in English characters or translation to compare with your RAC application information), photograph and signature.
You are required to present a valid, government-issued photo ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport, state-issued ID card) on exam day; please ensure that your first and last name on the valid, government-issued photo ID EXACTLY match your first and last name as they appear on the scheduling screens. If your first and last names are incorrect, please contact RAPS immediately at (301) 770-2920, ext. 200. If you have more than one last name listed on your government-issued ID, the same last names must be reflected on your confirmation email. If you do not provide appropriate and/or matching identification, you will not be permitted to take the examination and will forfeit all examination fees.
The following are acceptable forms of government-issued identification:
Candidates are expressly prohibited from bringing the following items to the test center:
All items are subject to inspection by the proctor if suspicious behavior is detected.
You will be provided with:
Please note that Scantron testing centers administer examinations for multiple organizations. Individuals in the testing room with you may be taking different examinations and have different rules for their examination including time and what is allowed at their testing station.
In the event of bad weather, a natural disaster or other emergency, Scantron will post the information on their website. Candidates scheduled at a site operating on a delay will receive an email from Scantron. Should the site be closed entirely, Scantron will contact the candidates to reschedule.
The RAC examinations are the sole and exclusive property of the RAC program. These materials are confidential and not available for review by any person or organization other than the RACB and the examination committees. Copying, publishing or disclosing examination content in any form is considered a violation of the RAC Security and Confidentiality policy and will be subjected to disciplinary action which may include termination of a testing session, invalidation of test results and/or revocation of an RAC credential.
You are expected to conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times at the testing center. The test center administrator or proctor is authorized to dismiss you from an examination and/or request that a test score be cancelled if you engage in any of the following:
The RAC program and Scantron take steps to assure that the RAC examination process is effective. However, irregularities may sometimes occur. If you encounter technical difficulties during the examination, please contact the proctor immediately. If a delay exceeds 30 minutes, you may request to reschedule your examination to another date if you are unable to wait any longer.