Worried about the present situation of COVID-19 pandemic? Those people with the plan to develop IT skills and certification programs, CompTIA which is the leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications and training, have the best idea for you. The Information Technology (IT) professionals can take online testing for certification exams from anywhere around the world, and at any time.
CompTIA with the collaboration of Pearson VUE is making exams available via Pearson VUE’s OnVUE online solution. Pearson VUE is the global leader in computer-based testing. The platform for users taking the test feels a rich user experience and provides the secured features while you take the test from home. Online tests may be applied for all CompTIA certifications except for CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+).
Here are few simple steps before you take a CompTIA certification exam online:
- Take a look at the testing policies and procedures, including CompTIA Testing Policies. Also review the CompTIA Candidate Agreement and Pearson OnVUE Testing Policies.
- It’s recommended to run a system test using the same computer and network that you will use to take your exam. Be prepared and confident enough to avoid delays and added stress during your testing appointment. This might be possible as you complete the system test before you start taking the actual test.
- Sign up with a new Pearson VUE testing account in case you are a new user.
- Book the online exam according to your flexibility and complete it successfully.
Users can take the test from anywhere around the world in English with few countries excluded: China, Japan, Cuba, South Korea, North Korea, Iran, Syria, Sudan, and Slovenia. At the current scenario, CompTIA is conducting online tests and as the world resumes over the coronavirus crisis, the firm will provide services full-fledged. CompTIA like it did will continue both online testing and physical test centers as the business starts up on the relaxation policies from local governments and health authorities around the world.