MPJE Test Day Information
Before test day, make sure to read the policies and procedures outlined in the Candidate Application Bulletin to avoid being turned away from the test center. A few of the policies and procedures are also outlined below.
Arrive Early and Bring ID
Arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to allow for check-in procedures. You will be required to present a photo ID or you will not be admitted to the testing center:
- A photo ID that includes your signature
The printed name on your ID must exactly match the name as it appears on your ATT letter and NABP e-Profile; this includes first name, middle name, last name, and suffix. Some flexibility is allowed for middle names; read the Name Matching Requirements section of the Bulletin for more information.
Acceptable Forms of ID
To be admitted to the testing center, you must present 1 form of ID as listed below. Your ID must be an actual US or Canadian government-issued ID (not a copy), current (not expired), valid, and contain a recent, recognizable photograph and your signature.
Only Acceptable Forms of ID:
- US or Canadian passport
- US or Canadian driver’s license (including those that state “Not for Federal Identification Use”)
- Secretary of State-issued US state ID
- US or Canadian temporary ID (see requirements in bulletin)
- US or Canadian military ID
Expired identification are not valid forms of ID. Refer to the Bulletin for a list of other unacceptable forms of ID.
Follow Security and Safety Procedures
All candidates will be required to have a palm vein scan, provide a digital signature, and have a digital photograph taken prior to being admitted to the testing room. Additional security procedures can be found in the Taking Your Exams section of the Bulletin.
- Testing sites are following social distancing guidelines in response to COVID-19, and many locations are requiring that face masks be worn.
Follow all examination rules. If you have witnessed misconduct or other irregularities as described in the Bulletin, report it immediately.