As part of our mission to encourage learning and promote professional development, OfficePro is a certified test proctoring center for Pearson Vue and Kryterion. We hope that by offering these services, professionals will be further inspired to learn and get certified knowing there is a testing location nearby.
To take a test, we recommend contacting us to schedule a date and time.
We are a proctoring center, not the test provider or sponsor, we are limited in our authorization to assist testers.
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You can schedule a test mulitple ways. If you are wanting to take a Pearson test, you can either call them, go to their website, or you can call us. In our experience, online has been the easiest and preferred method by past testers.
You should bring your confirmation email and two forms of ID. These forms of ID include
You can technically park in Diya but they have towed in the past, so we recommend you either park on the street, in the parking garage, or to the left of the Diya parking lot.
Nothing. Except for your identification cards, testers are not allowed to bring in any personal items; this includes loose cash or change, any receipts or scraps of paper in pockets, watches, and more.
Under no conditions are you allowed to bring food or drink into the testing room.
It does as the scheduling from test to test is often tight. That being said, your test does not automatically start without you, it only begins when the proctor starts it, so in that sense, it doesn't matter when time you start the test, as long as it is within the scheduled time frame.
Depending on the test, you will either be shown your scores, asked to take a survey, or it will just end. Go ahead and exit the testing room when the test is finished, bring whatever note board, note paper, or writing implements the proctor gave you and a proctor will assist you.
To reschedule you must call Pearson or Kryterion. They can assist you in rescheduling.
Bringing in any type of medicine or medical items is considered an special accommodation and must be authorized by the testing provider (so Pearson or Kryterion) or the test sponsor. To register this accommodation, you should call Pearson or Kryterion. As proctors, we are not authorized to allow the use of medicine or other medical supplies.