During and After the Test
The test session is designed to allow sufficient time for sign-in, distribution of materials, and communication of directions before testing begins, and for completion of the test(s) by examinees. Some examinees may finish testing well before the scheduled ending time of the test session. However, you should be prepared to use the entire test session. You will be allowed no more than the allotted time to complete the test(s).
During testing, you may take restroom breaks. Any time that you take
for restroom breaks is considered part of the available testing time.
You may not leave the testing facility or room in which you have been
seated for any purpose (other than to use the restroom, as permitted)
until your test materials have been collected and you have been
officially dismissed by a test administrator. During the test administration,
you may not communicate with other examinees or any unauthorized persons
in any way, either in person or by using any communication device.
For computer-based testing, the following procedures also apply:
- A nondisclosure agreement will be presented to you on computer after you sign in at the test center. It will ask you to indicate your agreement to the conditions set forth on the current program website, including the Rules of Test Participation, review of the Test Center Rules (for computer-based testing), and the rules communicated to you orally or in writing at the test administration. You will have five minutes to read and accept the terms of this nondisclosure agreement. If you do not respond within five minutes, or if you indicate that you do not accept the terms of the agreement, your test session will terminate, you will not be permitted to test, and you will receive no refund or credit of any kind.
- Examinees will be monitored at all times by video and audio recording. If you leave the testing room at any time during the test (e.g., to take a restroom break), your identification will be checked and/or your palm scan will be taken when you leave and when you reenter the testing room.
Dismissal from the Test
Once you have been officially dismissed from a test session, you must leave the testing center. If you are taking another test, return to the testing center 15 minutes before your scheduled test appointment.
When you have completed testing or when the test session ends, whichever occurs first, your test materials will be collected and you will be dismissed from the test session. See "Test Selection" for information about the test, including test session length.
Should you become ill and unable to finish testing, you may be dismissed, but your scores will be reported.
The MDE and Evaluation Systems employ stringent quality-control procedures in preparing test materials. However, if you wish to comment about a test question for any reason, notify the Chief Test Administrator at your test site.
If you have comments about the test site or the conditions under which you took a test, please submit your comments in a letter sent to Evaluation Systems at the address indicated in "Contact Information" no later than seven days after your test date.
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