On the day of your exam, make sure that you arrive at the testing center at least fifteen minutes in advance. If you are unfamiliar with the exam location, it is a good idea to visit a few days before the exam.
In order to participate, will need two pieces of personal identification. One of these must be a government-issued ID containing a photograph, correct name, and signature. Acceptable forms of primary identification include driver’s licenses, state-issued ID cards, certificates of citizenship, and naturalization cards. The secondary identification must include either a photograph or a signature. Acceptable forms of secondary identification include Social Security cards, student IDs, and credit cards. You should also bring a non-mechanical pencil, though if you forget you will be issued a pencil by the test administrator. You will be given as much scratch paper as you need during the examination.
Do not bring a calculator, as those exams requiring a calculator will include one in the computer software. The following items are also prohibited: cellular phones; beepers; personal digital assistants; protractors, compasses, slide rules, and rulers; radios and recorders; any kind of paper; pens, highlighters, and mechanical pencils; and hats, unless they are worn for religious reasons.