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Affidavits and Proctors


Please note, your test must be "proctored" (supervised) by a disinterested third party. This person does NOT have to be a licensed agent. Their role is to certify that you did not receive any help or "cheat" while taking the exam. After you take the test and hit the "Submit" button, a page will come up with a link to the "affidavit". This is a legal requirement in Arkansas and no exceptions are allowed (in other words, it's not my rule, it's the law). The official word from the Arkansas OCI website is below. The entire rules can be viewed here.
"An approved proctor is an impartial, disinterested third party or currently licensed agent with no family or financial relationship to the student. The proctor shall verify the agent's identity and complete an affidavit supplied by the approved provider testifying that the agent received no outside assistance. Membership in a professional association/organization does not constitute a financial relationship."

IMPORTANT: An electronic version of the affidavit will be accessable immediately after you submit your test (subject to a passing score, of course). To avoid delays, immediately fill out and submit this form. You will not have another opportunity to fill out the convenient electronic version of this form after you leave the test confirmation page. The electronic version of this form will save you the time and trouble of printing, filling out, and faxing or emialing the form to me. If you do not fill it out, you will have to retake the exam to access the affidavit again.


I cannot release credits without this form filled out in its entirety. Questions? Call me, Bill Murray 608-219-4985.



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