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Candidates for the CMT exams have the option to register to take the test at either a Prometric Test Site or through ProProctor, Prometric’s Remote Test system.
The CMT Association has directed that the June 2021 CMT Exam Administration will be available for candidates remotely via Prometric’s test system ProProctor.
Please read the below requirements carefully to determine whether the place where you will take your exam remotely meets the stringent requirements for a remotely proctored exam.
If you register to take the exam remotely with ProProctor and your remote proctor determines your room or workstation does not meet the requirements, your exam fees will be forfeited.
If you choose to utilize the remote proctoring capability, your computer and peripheral hardware as well as your testing environment must meet several requirements. You must arrive to your online check-in on time or risk receiving a “no-show” (forfeit) result for the exam. The basic requirements are listed below. Additionally, please review the ProProctor System Check and User Guide provided by Prometric, as well as the Prometric Frequently Asked Questions document below.
Use these checklists to confirm your environment and computer’s compatibility to allow remote proctoring via Prometric’s ProProctor™ application. For a remotely proctored exam, your computer must have a camera, microphone and internet connection, and be able to install a lightweight app prior to the test event. The camera must be movable; you must be able to pick up the camera (or the computer it’s attached to) and provide a 360° view of the room. You will be able to take the exam online while a Prometric proctor is overseeing the examination process remotely.
Dealing With Firewalls Before Your Remote Exam
Candidates may find it helpful to review Prometric’s resource page on temporarily disabling firewalls, especially if the test will be taken on a corporate computer or other system where the candidate is not an administrator. Please review the page with instructions for your system using the appropriate link below.
Rescheduling Policy Due to Disruption of Remote Exam
Candidates can report connectivity issues to Prometric. After Prometric runs a diagnostic report and confirms the disruption with the CMT Association, candidates will receive one opportunity to take the exam again remotely or at a test center, dependent on appointment availability.
Your office or home setting must meet the following requirements:
ProProctor™ System Requirements: