In addition the appointment time on your confirmation notice will reflect

In addition the appointment time on your confirmation

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In addition, the appointment time on your confirmation notice will reflect examination testing time plus 30 minutes. The additional 30 minutes is allocated to the examination log-in and survey. For example, the testing time for Auditing and Attestation is 4 hours, the appointment time will be for 4.5 hours. The additional 30 minutes is the time allowed to enter your examination section identification number (Launch Code), read the introductory screens, and complete the survey at the end of the examination. It is not additional testing time. YOU MUST BRING YOUR NOTICE TO SCHEDULE (NTS) WITH YOU Your NTS includes an examination “Launch Code (Password)” that you will enter on the computer as a part of the login process. Be sure to take the correct NTS with you. You will not be admitted into the test center without the NTS and you will forfeit all examination fees for that section. Personal Identification The Uniform CPA Examination employs very strict security measures. One level of security involves your identification. The same form of your name must appear on your application, NTS and on the identification you present at the test center. Do not change the spelling and do not change the order of your name on applications or when making appointments. If your name is different from your identifications at check-in, you will not be permitted to test.
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U NIFORM CPA E XAMINATION C ANDIDATE B ULLETIN Page 17 You are required to present two forms of identification when you arrive to take your examination, one of which must contain a recent photograph. Each form of identification must bear your signature and must not be expired. If you do not present acceptable identification, you will not be allowed to take your examination and you will forfeit all examination fees for that section. You must present one of the following primary forms of identification: U.S. and territories: Primary Forms of Identification Valid (not expired) driver’s license with photo and signature issued by one of the fifty U.S. states or by a U.S. territory Valid (not expired) driver’s license with photo and signature issued by a foreign government authority, that is printed in English to the extent necessary to compare your name with the one on the NTS and confirm that it is a valid driver’s license (examples are driver’s licenses issued by Canadian, Australian, New Zealand and British authorities, and from countries that retain English as an official language) Valid (not expired) Passport with photo and signature issued by the U.S. government Valid (not expired) government-issued Passport (for non-U.S. citizens) with a photo that has your name exactly matching the Name or Passport Name field that appears on your NTS. If your Passport is not signed, you must provide a secondary identification with a signature. Non-U.S.
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