The Day of the Computer Exam
Arrival and Admission to the AMP Assessment Center
When you arrive at an AMP test center (located in H & R Block offices), look for the signs indicating AMP Assessment Center Check-in. You must check in with the test supervisor.
To gain admission to the Assessment Center, a candidate needs to present two forms of identification, one with a current photograph. Both forms of identification must be current and include the candidate’s current name and signature. The candidate will also be required to sign a roster for verification of identity.
Acceptable forms of photo identification include: a current driver’s license with photograph, a current state identification card with photograph, a current passport, or a current military identification card with photograph. Employment ID cards, student ID cards and any type of temporary identification are NOT acceptable. Candidates are prohibited from misrepresenting their identities or falsifying information to obtain admission to the Assessment Center. YOU MUST HAVE PROPER IDENTIFICATION TO GAIN ADMISSION TO THE TEST CENTER.
Bring the copy of your eligibility letter with you.
You must arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. AN APPLICANT WHO ARRIVES MORE THAN 15 MINUTES AFTER THE SCHEDULED TESTING TIME WILL NOT BE ADMITTED and will forfeit all fees.
If you have any problem during your test session, you should alert the proctor. This could be related to computer function, environment or any other issue.
While every effort is made to provide a comfortable environment, individual temperature responses or facility management beyond the proctor’s control can make the site too hot or too cold for your individual taste. Please bring a sweater or jacket that you can remove or put on as needed.
Remember to bring two forms of ID with you, one must be with a picture and both must be current. You will not be allowed admittance without proper ID.
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