Our Pearson VUE-owned and operated Pearson Professional Centers (PPCs) are available for testing in China. We will continue to deliver exams to any independent third-party test centers (PVTC and PVTC Selects) who have the ability to operate within China.
Important note for Beijing test centers:
All candidates planning to sit for examinations in any Pearson VUE test facilities within Beijing must show proof of a negative PCR test result from within the past 72 hours. Candidates will be denied access to any Beijing test centers if they cannot provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test within that timeframe. This new requirement is in addition to existing public health measures in effect at Pearson VUE test facilities.
Additionally, candidates will be denied access to the Beijing PPC if their 14-day travel record indicates travel within high and/or middle-level risk areas.
In order to be admitted into the test center, candidates must acknowledge both that they meet certain health requirements and that they will follow health and safety guidelines while testing.
- You must show your health monitor app (updated on the date of the test) before entering the test center (you may have to show to building landlord in addition to Pearson VUE).
- You will have your temperature taken with a contactless thermal sensor at your forehead (this may be taken by building landlord in addition to Pearson VUE). If your temperature is above 37.3 Celsius, you will be asked to reschedule your exam for a different day (free of charge).
- Bring and wear your own face mask in the testing room. The mask will be inspected prior to entering the test room.
- Stay > 1m away from other people in the waiting area and during the admissions process.
- You have not been in close personal contact with someone who recently traveled outside of mainland China within the last 14 days.
*Please note that the test center will log the temperature data and health code of test-takers for two months. However, if 1) you dispute with regard to attendance of the test in 2 months 2) you are suspected to be infected or 3) there is a request from authorities, then your health log will be maintained until no longer reasonably required.