FINRA and NASAA launch online testing service for six securities exams

FINRA and the NASAA are now offering Prometric’s ProProctor remote assessment service which allows you to choose where and when you take your security exam. This user-friendly testing platform Continue reading

FINRA and the NASAA are now offering Prometric’s ProProctor remote assessment service  which allows you to choose where and when you take your security exam. This user-friendly testing platform offers self-service capabilities, with live agents available at all times to offer support for candidates if required. 

ProProctor features advanced security measures to ensure the same safety standard is being met comparable to conventional test centers, guaranteeing a consistent and fair testing experience for all candidates. These advanced security measures include multiple ID authentication and facial detection checks, personal security checks, 100% live-monitoring, 360-degree environmental readiness checks, live security agents, proactive protocols such as device checks, as well as record and review functionalities.

Each test candidate is assigned three agents to ensure the exam is administered safely and securely, with a proctor present throughout the entire test.

In order to access Prometric’s ProProctor system, you must install an application on your laptop or desktop and perform a system check. 

It is important to note the following difference with exams at the traditional test center: online tests via ProProctor are forward-moving only. No flagging a question and returning to it. No changing your answer.

The online exams have an onscreen calculator, a virtual scratchpad to capture your notes digitally as well as highlight and strikethrough functionality, which allow you to mark through or bring attention to the portions of the displayed exam question. 

Test-takers and firms may schedule online test appointments for the following six exams: the  SIE, Series 6, Series 7, Series 63, Series 65, and Series 66.

To find out more about this exciting new testing option, go to FINRA’S information page or go to  Prometric’s ProProctor information page.

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