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ASSESSMENT AND TESTING SERVICES -- BECOME TEST CENTER

Test Centre Layout and Environment

Test centers are required to provide a distraction-free, secure testing environment with continuous candidate surveillance. If your test center is already administering exams, the layout of your office is probably sufficient.

If you are setting up a new test center, the exact layout will vary depending on the physical space available and on the number of candidates that will be accommodated. For more information, or for assistance in planning a new testing area, contact APEX, Bangalore Office

The following minimum requirements must be met when setting up a testing center:

  • Provide an enclosed, professional environment that is clean, comfortable, smoke-free and conductive to testing.
  • Provide adequate lighting, ventilation and comfortable seating and work surfaces. Place testing workstations on a clean surface that is approximately four feet (1.2 meters) wide, with no obstructions overhead or underneath. Monitor position should be adjustable in order to allow each candidate to establish a comfortable testing position. Room lighting should provide sufficient light for keyboard and erasable noteboard while avoiding screen glare.
  • Separate candidates within the testing room. Separate testing stations using walls or privacy partitions, or at least four feet (1.2 meters) of empty space on all sides.
  • Disallow use of equipment such as printers, fax machines, copiers or telephone while testing is in progress.
  • Minimize noise and distractions during testing. Refer to the next section, Providing a quiet testing environment, for tips.
  • Provide a clear glass viewing window or wall, video surveillance system or seating for a test administrator within the testing room. Whichever surveillance method is used, it must allow an unobstructed view of each candidate within the testing room.
  • Provide a separate area outside the testing room for checking in candidates, with a workspace for the testing administrator and seating for candidates who are waiting.
  • Provide lockers or other suitable storage for personal belongings. The candidate cannot take items such as pagers, paper, books and briefcases into the testing room. Provide adequate parking and/or access to public transaction.
  • Provide access to people with disabilities, in compliance with Disabilities Act requirements or your country-specific requirements, and at minimum, permit wheelchair access.

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