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Information About Remote Exams is Just a Click Away

Much work must be done before we begin offering remote exams in February 2021. Among those tasks is meeting our commitment to keeping candidates informed.

We will continue to communicate through several avenues to ensure that candidates remain up to date as we transition to remote exam delivery. For starters, candidates will receive personalized emails when we have important news to share. Anyone not receiving our messages should check their contact information on myABR to make sure we have their personal email address instead of an institutional one.

Second, we post those email messages on our remote exam delivery web page along with updates about the development process. Last month, we included a Q&A with Scott Segal, our IT director. His department is playing a critical role in making certain the delivery process is fair for all candidates. We want to make this transition as easy as possible.

Candidates also may follow us on Twitter for the latest news.

Anyone with further questions should contact one of our certification service managers at or (520) 790-2900.

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