The registration and score reporting services on this website will be temporarily unavailable on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, between 7:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. eastern time, for system maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience. Online-proctored exams scheduled during this time will not be affected; however, there may be a brief period where appointments may not be started. If you cannot begin your appointment, please wait a short period and then try again.

Computer-Based Testing Tutorials

These tutorials can give you a sense of what you will see when you begin your test at a Pearson Professional Center.

CBT Tutorials

On-Screen CBT Tutorial

Preview the on-screen tutorial that you will see before you begin your test. This tutorial includes information about how to navigate through a test, how to select your answers, and how to end the test.

Interactive CBT Tutorials

Practice using the CBT functions that will be available during your test, including navigating through a test, selecting your answers, and using on-screen calculators, accessibility features, and reference materials.

Screen Color and Font Adjustment

These features, as noted in the interactive tutorial, are included in all computer-based tests.

font and color scheme options

The Normal Color Scheme menu allows you to select a different font color and background color combination.

The Small Font menu allows you to increase the font size in predefined percentages.

Note that these specifications cannot be adjusted during any portion of a test that includes audio components.

Online Proctoring

Review the following tutorials for more information about testing remotely.

Online Scratch Pad

During an online-proctored exam, candidates will have access to an online scratch pad. The scratch pad will be available during the entire exam. You may practice using the scratch pad by running the interactive tutorial link opens in a new window.

scratch padThe navigation bar of an online-proctored exam is shown with a link to the scratch pad highlighted. The scratch pad is shown as a window that a user may type in with options for cut, copy, paste, undo, and redo.