What to Bring to the Testing Center
You will be required to present one valid, government-issued ID with a signature (e.g., driver's license or passport).
The name on this identification must match the name on your Prometric confirmation notice. If you
are testing outside of your country of citizenship, you must present a valid passport. If you are testing
within your country of citizenship, you must present either a valid passport, driver's license, national
ID or military ID. The identification document must be in Latin characters and contain your photograph and
signature. All other personal items must be locked in a locker for test security purposes, so please limit
what you bring to the testing center.
What Time to Arrive at the Testing Center
Plan to arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled appointment to allow time for check-in procedures. If you are late in arriving,
you will not be allowed to test and will forfeit your exam fee.
In order to schedule online, you must provide an e-mail address. Prometric will send you an e-mail confirming your appointment.
If you do not have an e-mail address, please call the appropriate Regional Registration Center.
No form of study material or dictionaries, personal items, nor any food or drink are permitted inside the testing room. Personal
items include, but are not limited to: pagers, cellular phones, digital watches, non-medical electronic devices,
outerwear such as hats, scarves, purses, and wallets. Personal items must be kept in your assigned locker
or placed in your vehicle prior to the start of your exam. Prometric is not responsible for any personal
items and encourages you to bring only your identification into the testing center.
Although a financial calculator is not required for an exam, use of any solar or battery-powered calculator that does not
have alphabetic keys for typing words or that does not contain paper tape is permitted during an exam. Business/financial
calculators – including those that are programmable – that meet these criteria are permitted. A PDA or cell
phone cannot be used in place of an acceptable calculator.
Appointment Length vs. Exam Time
For CRM exams, appointments include time for you to review a pre-exam tutorial. The time for the tutorial, as well as a brief
post-exam survey, is in addition to the two hour exam period.
The CRM exams are scored by computer at the testing center. In addition, an official grade report will be mailed to you within
two weeks of your exam session. Once the candidate receives a passing score of 70% on all three exams, GRMI
will issue a CRM designation completion certificate. It takes about six weeks to process a CRM certificate.
For every accommodation requested, there is a flat $25 administrative fee.
For a separate testing room, there is a flat $200 fee.
The cost for readers, signers, etc., is variable based on the market prices for such services in the
area in which the exam is given and the length of time required. They cannot be determined in advance.
For extended exams, below are the additional charges for 2018 (this does not include the $25 per request administrative fee).
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Testing accommodation must be made at least 4 business days prior to your exam date.
If you require any testing accommodations, please contact GRMI at: GRMI@rims.org