You’ve done the prep — now you get to prove yourself.
From driving skills to dentistry, real estate to risk management, and so much more, there’s a certification or license for just about anything.
But no matter which specialty you’re pursuing, the journey concludes with an exam. And that comes with a lot of decisions. For example:
- When can you test?
- Will you take your exam in a test center or online?
- Do you need study aids and prep material?
- What should you know about general testing rules?
- Are there any program-specific policies?
It might feel a bit overwhelming. But don’t worry. It’s all here.
And whether it’s your first, fifth or fortieth exam, we’ll help you successfully navigate every point on the testing journey.
Find the best testing environment for you.
When you’re ready to schedule your exam, you’ll also need to decide where (and sometimes how) to take your exam. With nearly 6,000 test centers to choose from in more than 180 countries, chances are you’ll find a location nearby. Some exams can even be taken online, from the convenience of your own home. Check your program page to find out if this is an option you can choose.
Should you take your exam online?
Online-proctored exams have their advantages, but they also have unique requirements. If your program offers it, see what you’ll need to consider before deciding if the online option is right for you.
Weigh your options (PDF, Opens in new window)
Need more info to make your decision? Learn more about online exams.
In the U.S. military?
On-base testing offers convenient access to earn industry credentials — certifications that confirm your experience and expertise and offer real career advantages in and out of uniform.
Take your exam on-base