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Prepare For IT Exam Certifications Online

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Practice, Practice and Practice

When you think you’re ready, complete sample questions if any to get a feel of the actual exam. And if you find you’re not quite ready yet, repeat steps 1-4.

Determine When You Will Take The Test

You may have to take the exam at a specific time; however, if the test will be available for several hours (or even a few days), choose a time that presents the least potential for distraction, interruption, and stress.

Gather All That You’ll Need To Take The Test

If you can have materials such as notes, books, or writing implements with you, be sure that they’re set to go.

Take A Deep Breath

Once you’re logged in, take a moment to relax and get focused.

During the Online Exam:

Focus

Keep an eye on the clock. You may want to set an alarm to notify you when you have limited time (e.g., 10 minutes) remaining in your testing period. Print and save copies of the test questions, as well as your answers. These will prove extremely helpful if you have technical problems during the test or if you encounter issues while submitting your answers.

First, write short-answers or essay questions in a word-processing program. This makes it easier to edit and check your work. Once you’re done, then cut and paste your answer into the designated field on your exam site.

Don’t Leave The Test Page

If you are permitted to search the web or check other websites for information, do not use the same tab or copy of the browser as you do for your exam you may lose all your work. Instead, open a second copy of your browser (or, choose a completely different browser), then conduct your search.

Having Some Technical Problems?

Don’t panic. But contact your instructor immediately detailing the exact problem that occurred and any error messages you might have received. If you can take a screen shot, that is helpful as well.

Check Your Work Before You Submit It

Ensure that every answer is complete and appears as you intended. Review the accuracy of your answers, as well as your spelling and grammar.

Click Submit

You should only need to do so once, but if you have a problem, try once more. If you still have a problem submitting the test, let your instructor know immediately, and send your intended answers in an attached document.