The delivery method for ASQ Certification exams adminstered in English is changing from paper and pencil, to Computer Based Testing. Candidates will take ASQ Certification exams at a Prometric testing facility where the test will be delivered via computer in a Prometric proctored, secure environment.
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You will be required to present one valid, government-issued photo ID with a signature (e.g., driver’s license or passport).
The ID you bring must match your name as stated on your application.
All of your personal belongings will be placed in your temporary Prometric locker during your time in the test center. You will be permitted to keep your ID and your locker key with you at all times..
Calculator PolicyAll computer-based exams feature a basic scientific calculator on-screen in the exam. Prometric Test Center Administrators can provide you with a hand-held basic calculator upon request.
References / Open Book PolicyPrometric will provide you scratch paper and pencils.
Plan to arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled appointment to allow time for check-in procedures. If you are late in arriving, you will not be allowed to test and will forfeit your exam fee.
Absences, Cancellations, Reschedules
If you wish to change your exam appointment date or time, you must do so at least five days prior to your appointment using the Reschedule/Cancel option on Prometric's website, or by contacting Prometric's automated voice response system. There is a $70 fee for changing an appointment. Failure to appear for your exam appointment will result in a loss of all applications fees.
Items strictly prohibited in the exam area: hand-stapled materials, blank writing tablets or tablets containing blank pages, unbound tablets, unbound notes, slide charts and/or wheel charts (hand-held cardboard or plastic calculating devices with rotating or sliding pieces).