FAQs: Proctored Exams

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Why does my course require a proctored exam?

You are required to successfully pass a proctored exam for the following license and education types:

  • To obtain an Appraisal license or upgrade (Qualifying Eduction)
  • Real Estate pre-licensing courses for AL, GA, PA, and VA
  • GA Real Estate’s 25-Hour Post-Licensing course
  • IL Real Estate Continuing Education
  • All IL and NV Online Courses for Home Inspectors

All proctor exam requirements are set by an individual state’s licensing agency for any given license type.  McKissock does not impose any requirements on students that are not mandated by that state’s regulating agency.

All paper proctored exams must be mailed back to McKissock in their entirety (including the proctor sign-off sheet and scratch papers).

(There is one exception; IL-RE continuing education exam answer sheet, and proctor sign-off sheet, can be returned by fax to (814) 723-0281 or e-mail to requireddocuments@mckissock.com)

Exams can be mailed to:

218 Liberty Street,
Warren, Pa, 16365

or

P.O. Box 1673,
Warren, Pa, 16365

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