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95-104 Expanded Sign-In Procedures At The PROCTOR Centers, Effective February 1, 1996; And PROCTOR Adds Remote Delivery Sites



Expanded Sign-In Procedures

Concerns always exist regarding proper identification of candidates who are taking exams and training. A single finger imprint procedure will be added to our sign-in procedure to help address this issue.

Effective February 1, 1996, all candidates taking computerized NASD® exams or Continuing Education Program training sessions must provide a single fingerprint impression at the PROCTOR® Certification Testing Center before being seated. Obviously, candidates who do not comply with the new procedure will not be seated, and will be assessed a late cancelation fee.

Under the supervision of the PROCTOR Center staff, all candidates must adhere to the following sign-in procedures before being seated for their session:

  • Present one Official ID (state or government issued), with picture and signature.

  • Sign the NASD Rules of Conduct form.

  • Provide a single fingerprint on the NASD Rules of Conduct form, using the "inkless" pads supplied by the PROCTOR Center.

If you have any questions, please contact Dan Klingbiel, NASD Member Services, at (301) 590-6394.

Remote Delivery Sites

NASD Member Services expects to provide testing and training at remote delivery sites in the following cities at least once per quarter in the first half of 1996:

Alaska: Anchorage
California: Culver City, Fresno, Fullerton, La Verne, Riverside, San Jose
Florida: Jacksonville, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach
Hawaii: Honolulu
Idaho: Boise
Louisiana: Shreveport
Michigan: Lansing
Mississippi: Jackson
Montana: Billings, Great Falls
Nevada: Las Vegas
New Hampshire: Manchester
New Jersey: Edison, Newark, Paterson
New York: Buffalo, Loudonville
North Dakota: Bismarck
Puerto Rico: Rio Piedras
South Carolina: Charleston
South Dakota: Sioux Falls
Texas: Austin, Lubbock
Vermont: Burlington
Virginia: Norfolk
Washington: Spokane
Wyoming: Cheyenne

A final schedule for the first half of 1996 is in development. To schedule in one of these locations call (800) 999-6647 and select option 1 at the voice prompt.

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