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Testimonials

I have been through the first round of the CLP certification exams (back in 2008), and I can testify that preparing for that was a challenging and rewarding experience. I learned a great deal and it helped me round out my licensing knowledge. I'm glad I got certified; the process and end result was worth it."

- Antoine Bellemare, Ph.D., CLP

Technology Transfer Officer, Université Laval

Exam Administration

**Scantron Coronavirus Update**

The CLP testing partner, Scantron, is monitoring the impact of the coronavirus on testing centers across the globe. Scantron provides regular updates regarding affected testing sites on the Site Closures and Delays web page: https://www.scantron.com/site-closures-delays/. CLP candidates have two options to take the exam at a test site or using live, online proctoring (LOP). LOP does not require that you go to a testing center to take the exam. LOP administrations are currently unavailable and will likely be unavailable until mid-April. Scantron will contact all scheduled candidates. Stay tuned to email and the CLP web site for updates on testing options/availability. We appreciate your patience and understanding as CLP and its testing partner navigate these situations. 

Please note Scantron’s policy on surgical masks follows.

Scantron Policy on Surgical Masks

Normally, surgical masks are considered personal items and are not allowed into the exam room without prior approval.  In normal situations, if a candidate needed to wear a mask, the candidate would follow the process for requesting accommodations. 

However, in areas that are specifically impacted by an outbreak or other healthcare risk, each site must follow their local policies, procedures, and regulations.  If masks are required, proctors are required to remain highly vigilant to ensure notes or other unauthorized aids are not hidden on or in the mask.  Due to health concerns, proctors do not have to handle the mask or ask for the candidate to remove the mask; however, proctors must visually inspect the mask and remain vigilant to spot any suspicious behavior or item.

If a candidate is permitted or required to wear a mask, the mask must remain on throughout the exam.  If the candidate removes the mask, it must be treated as a personal item, visually inspected by the proctor, and stored with the candidate’s other personal belongings outside the exam room.

Please contact Scantron if you have any questions regarding your specific situation.  

CLP Examination Administration

CLP, Inc. administers the certification exam in partnership with its testing vendor, Scantron Assessment (formerly Castle Worldwide). Candidates may schedule the exam appointment at a Scantron testing center or may schedule a live online-proctored (LOP) testing appointment and take the exam at a home or office location. Scantron will send detailed scheduling directions to candidates following application approval.

Read the following sections. Complete exam administration information and requirements are available in the Candidate Handbook

Scantron Testing Center Administration

Scantron maintains testing centers throughout the world for the secure, proctored administration of the Certified Licensing Professional examination. For a complete list of testing centers, go to https://www.scantron.com/test-site-cities/. The lists presented on this site are complete lists of the vendor’s testing sites; however, not every site will be available during every testing window. Testing centers are subject to change without notice, and testing centers maintain individual dates and times of operations.

Once a candidate’s application is approved, Scantron will send a notice to schedule email that includes a link to the online scheduling system. The candidate will be able to view an updated listing of testing centers as well as the available testing appointments, including dates and timesusing the scheduling system. Morning and afternoon testing sessions are typically available. Testing appointments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Accordingly, candidates are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible.

Candidates may test at Scantron testing centers outside of the United States and Canada for an additional fee of $125 (U.S. dollars) paid during the scheduling process by secure e-commerce and assessed for each testing attempt in an international test center. Testing centers are available in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, the Far East, and Australia. Information on international testing centers and methods for scheduling will be included in the notice to schedule email.

Live Online-Proctored (LOP) Administration

CLP offers live online-proctored (LOP) administrations through its testing vendor, Scantron Assessment. LOP test administration allows candidates to complete their examinations from their own computers via an internet connection at a time and place of their choosing. Testing sessions are available 24/7/365, based on seating availability. No international testing fee is assessed for LOP administrations.

Scantron uses its proprietary software, Scantron PASS™, to deliver examinations to candidates. Scantron partners with Examity for the online, real-time monitoring of testing candidates. The candidate’s computer must have webcam capability as well as a microphone and speakers, and the environment should be quiet to avoid distractions and to ensure that the online proctor can hear everything at the candidate’s location. There are technical requirements, such as an adequate internet connection, to ensure that the proctor can access the candidate’s computer and that the session can proceed without internet disruption. For LOP test administrations, candidates are responsible for ensuring their testing environment meets the minimum requirements to take the exam. View the LOP system requirements here and additional information on the Scantron web site

As part of the scheduling process, candidates first confirm their demographic information, attest to Scantron’s privacy policy, and test their computer for both examination delivery and live proctoring system requirements. Candidates whose computers fail the check of system requirements receive feedback on the hardware or software issues. The candidate must correct the issue, update the computer, or obtain another computer to complete the testing appointment. Following these administrative tasks, the candidate selects “Schedule” to proceed to testing appointment scheduling.

 

Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc.

4009 Corning Place Drive, Suite E2-378, Charlotte, NC 28216
Phone: (888) 391-7719 Email: clpinfo@licensingcertification.org

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