Водещ световен доставчик на компютърно – базирани тестове.

Pearson VUE е глобален лидер в електронното тестиране в сферата на информационните технологии, като предоставя пълен набор от услуги, отразработването на онлайн тестове до управление на данни. Към момента, Pearson VUE оперира с над 4400 Pearson VUE ® оторизирани центрове в 162 страни. Pearson VUE също така притежава и оперира с над 230 професионални центрове на Pearson в целия свят, обслужващи професионално лицензиране и сертифициране.

Най-разпространените сертификационни програми:


Pearson Vue:

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Pearson Vue:
  • Internet Security Systems
  • Linux
  • MySQL
  • Microsoft
  • Novell
  • Oracle
  • SAP
  • Security Systems
  • Siemens
  • SITA
  • Tivoli
  • VMware
  • Zend
How to Register for Your Exam

Review exam availability by credential.
Visit the Pearson VUE website.
Create a Pearson VUE account and review the Pearson VUE NDA.
Select the most convenient test center location.
Select an appointment time.
Pay for your exam.
Look for email confirmation from Pearson VUE with your appointment details, test center location and any other instructions, if any.
All communication about the testing process will be sent to you via email.
You may register by phone instead. You can find the phone number for your prefer location on the Pearson VUE website.
Exam Demonstration

Each exam is computer-based.
Wondering what to expect?
You can watch both a demo and a tutorial of the exam experience on the PEARSON VUE WEBSITE.
What You Need to Bring to the Test Center 

Proper Identification
Two forms of identification (ID) to take your exam.
You’ll be asked to provide a primary and a secondary ID when you check in at your test center.
Here’s what you need to know:
Your IDs must be valid (not expired).
They must be original documents (not photocopies or faxes).
Your primary ID must include your photo and signature. (The photo needs to be a permanently affixed to the document.)
Your secondary ID must include your signature.
Accepted Primary ID (contains photograph and signature; not expired)
Government issued driver's license or identification card
National/state/country Identification card
Military ID
Military ID for spouses and dependents
Alien registration card (green card; permanent resident visa)
Government issued local language ID (plastic card with photo and signature)
Employee ID
School ID
Credit card*
Accepted Secondary ID (contains signature; not expired)
Debit/ATM card
Credit card*
Any form of ID on the primary ID list
* A credit card can be used as your primary ID only if it contains both your photo and a signature. It can’t be expired. Any credit card can be used as your secondary ID if your signature is on it and it isn’t expired. This includes major credit cards, as well as department store and gasoline credit cards.
The Day of Your Exam

Check-In Process
Plan to arrive at your test center at least 30 minutes before your exam start time. To check in, you’ll need to:
Show two acceptable forms of ID (as defined above).
Provide your signature.
Have your photo taken. Hats, scarves and coats may not be worn for your photo. You also can’t wear these items in the test room.
Leave your personal belongings outside the testing room. You’ll have access to secure storage. Storage space is small, so plan ahead. Pearson VUE test centers do not assume
responsibility for your personal belongings.
The Test Administrator (TA) will give you a short orientation. Then, the TA will escort you to a computer terminal.
Exam Assistance and Breaks
You must remain in your seat during the exam, unless the staff says it’s okay for you to get up. You may not change your computer terminal unless a TA directs you to do so.
Raise your hand to notify the TA if you:
Believe you have a problem with your computer.
Need to change note boards.
Need to take a break.
Need the administrator for any reason.
Your total exam time includes any unscheduled breaks you may take. All breaks count against your testing time. You must leave the testing room during your break. However, you may not leave the building or access any personal belongings unless absolutely necessary (such as for retrieving medication).
When you take a break, you’ll be required to submit to a palm vein scan before and after your break.
Testing Environment
Pearson VUE test centers administer many types of exams. Some exams have written responses (such as essays). The test centers have no control over the sounds of people typing on keyboards next to you. Typing noise is a normal part of a computerized testing environment. It’s like the noise of turning pages in a paper-and-pencil testing environment.
Earplugs are available upon request.
When You Finish Your Exam
After you finish, raise your hand to summon the TA. The TA will let you go when you’ve met all the requirements.
Be sure to notify your TA before you leave the test center if:
You believe there was an irregularity in how your test was run or
Irregular testing conditions had a negative effect on the outcome of your exam
Technical Issues
On rare occasions, the test center may have technical problems. You may need to reschedule your cybersecurity exam.
If technical issues cause you to wait more than 30 minutes after your scheduled exam start time, or your exam starts and then stops with a delay of more than 30 minutes, you’ll have the choice of continuing to wait or rescheduling with no additional fee:
If you choose not to reschedule and take the test after your delay, your test results will count. You’ll have no further recourse.
If you choose to wait but change your mind before starting (or restarting) your exam, you can take the exam at a later date at no extra cost.
If you choose to reschedule or the technical problem can’t be fixed, you’ll be allowed to test at a later date at no extra charge.
We know your time is valuable. If your test center identifies technical problems before your exam, they’ll make every attempt to contact you.
Late Arrivals or No Shows

Be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes before your exam start time.
If you arrive within 15 minutes of your start time, you’ll be considered late. This means you may forfeit your assigned seat. It’s up to the test center to decide whether to allow you to take the exam without affecting others’ start times.
Pearson VUE will make all attempts to accommodate you if you’re late. But if they can’t, you’ll be turned away.
If you’re turned away because you’re late or you didn’t show up, your exam result will appear in the system as a no-show. You’ll also forfeit your exam fee.
Exam format and Scoring

The exams are computer based. Each exams may include single-choice, multiple-choice or scenario-based items.
For more information please visit vendor exam website.
Results and certificate

Get results.
In most cases, the results are understood immediately after the exam, and a Score Report is generated. At the end of the exam, you will receive a document with the result in a paper original, which we recommend you store until your certificate is received directly from the vendor.
Obtain a certificate
The certificate is sent by the sponsor of the exam to the physical address specified by you in the registration form or by electronic means only after the achievement of the certification degree, which may require several examinations in a certain dependence and sequence. The time for receipt of the official document is within 2 to 6 weeks.
Fee and pay

The fee for a certification exam is determined by the exam sponsor and is indicated in EUR / USD.
The fee can be paid by bank transfer, on-site or by credit or debit card on the day of the exam.

За повече информация и записване за явяване на тестове:

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