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Do I have to take an exam to complete my appraisal courses?

A course final proctored exam is required to receive course credit for each qualifying education course. The final examination must be taken in the presence of a qualifying exam proctor.

Examples of people who could serve as a proctor would be librarians, teachers, police officers, community volunteers, religious leaders, or someone who works in the public service industry.

Ineligible proctors would be family, your supervisor, a co-worker, or someone with whom you intend to be employed.

A full list of proctor FAQs can be found HERE.

You can view the full proctor policy and all associated FAQs on proctoring HERE.

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