First Exam Session Set for Next Week
CAPR has completed the testing for the exam platform and training for examiners and standardized clients. Their testing helped identify some ways to streamline the experience for candidates. Testing confirmed that there are no technical issues with the platform or its interactions with ProctorU (a service that offers remote proctoring and exam integrity safeguards). The exam launch will proceed as planned on September 8th.
Exam Orientation Webinar
CAPR held a webinar for Window 1 candidates on August 28. You can watch the recording of it here.
The Candidate Orientation Guide has been updated. It contains almost all of the same information as in the registration email and minimum technical requirements – prepare yourself early by reviewing it ahead of time.
Checklist for Window 1 Candidates
If you are a Window 1 candidate, take a look at the checklist below to make sure that you have done what you need to do to successfully login on exam day:
- Set up Qpercom login and password
- Set up ProctorU login
- Confirm your system meets the minimum technical requirements
- Review the Candidate Orientation Guide
Please read the complete CAPR update here.
Previous and future CAPR Clinical Component Updates
Missed CAPR's Clinical Component Update August 2021 Update? Find it here.
CAPR's Clinical Component Updates are released weekly. You can stay up to date by visiting the CAPR website frequently or following PABC on social media.