Plan to arrive at the test center 30 minutes before the scheduled appointment. Candidates arriving at the test center 15 minutes after the scheduled appointment will not be allowed to test and will forfeit the testing fee.
When arriving at the test center, candidates will:
Receive the Professional Examination Rules Agreement
Submit two valid, correct forms of identification
Have their digital signature captured to verify that signatures match
Have their palm vein pattern captured
Have a photograph taken
A dry erase board will be provided to all candidates for use during the examination. No scratch paper is allowed.
Identification Requirements to be allowed to test:
Candidates must present a primary form of ID containing their signature and picture, and a second form of ID showing their signature. The name on the primary and secondary forms of ID must match the name appearing on the ATT letter. Acceptable forms of primary ID must be valid and non-expired, and feature the candidate’s photograph and signature. Refer to the AHIMA Certification Candidate Guide for full details.
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