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Test Drive

TAKE A TEST DRIVE BEFORE EXAM DAY

CSMLS invites you to experience the scheduling and test delivery process that you will experience when you challenge the CSMLS exam through Prometric’s network of test centres or online remotely proctored via ProProctorTM platform. For $40 (+tax), the CSMLS Test Drive is an opportunity to familiarize yourself with Prometric’s assessment platform and the exam experience, giving you peace of mind before exam day.

There are 2 ways to experience the CSMLS Test Drive:

  • Physical Test Centre: this experience includes check-in, ID confirmation, seating, tutorial, the DEMO Exam, and check-out. Once checked in, you'll be exposed to the full testing experience such as the use of lockers, testing at a computer and exposure to Test Center Administrators (proctors) walk-throughs, which occur during an actual test. Additionally, by arriving at the testing centre in advance, you can familiarize yourself with parking, the location of the testing suite and the time it takes to commute to the centre from your location.
  • Remote Proctoring: this experience includes remote check-in, ID confirmation, tutorial, the DEMO Exam, and survey. Once checked in, you'll be exposed to the full testing experience such as the use of the Online Scratchpad, the exam interface and interaction with Test Administrators (proctors) via chat, which occur during an actual remotely proctored test.

Visit: https://www.prometric.com/CSMLSTestDrive for more information on fees and requirements for the CSMLS Test Drive experience.

Note: The questions on the DEMO exam during Test Drive are in English only.
Outside of Quebec, remote proctors and invigilators will conduct Test Drive in English only.

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement : We respectfully acknowledge the CSMLS office, located in Hamilton, Ontario, is situated upon the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississauga Nation, Anishinaabe Peoples, and the Neutral Peoples. This land is covered by the Dish With One Spoon wampum, which is a treaty between the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe to share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. We further acknowledge that this land is covered by the Between the Lakes Treaty No. 3, 1792, between the Crown and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.

 

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