ICC website can be a daunting process if you have never registered for
an ICC Certification Test. We have tried to give you a simple outline of
step by step procedures. If you need study materials we have links at
the bottom of this page.
Before you register: You
may want to take a look at
EXAM OUTLINES on the ICC website. This will give you a listing of
what areas you will be tested on and what percentage of questions will
be asked on each area. They also offer a few example questions.
Make sure you have all the
needed information before you call:
name, address, social security number, home and work telephone
examination date and location you desire
The name and
Exam ID # of the Exam
report (if you are retaking the exam)
card or payment information
Exam Date and Location:
You will want to find a
Location which will provide you with a calendar for the location you
select. The calendar will show you the dates and times for testing.
Select more than one date and time in case your first choice is full.
Exam name and ID#:
You must go to to the ICC website and look at the
EXAM FEES link and find the Certification Test you wish to register
for. Once you find a Test you will want to note the name of the Exam and
also the Exam ID# in the far left column.
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Making the Call: The
testing is handled by a company called Promissor. You must call them to
schedule a test.
- Monday - Friday 8AM -
- Saturday 8AM - 5PM EST
- Sunday 8AM - 4PM EST
What to take to the test:
- A clock or watch to keep
track of the time
- Applicable reference
books. No photocopies allowed
- A portable calculator.
It must be silent, battery operated, non-programable and no alpaha
(letter entry) capabilities.
If you have any further
questions you can go to the
Candidate Bulletin on the ICC website. This is a very large PDF
document and it will take a few moments to download.