The content, length, structure and software are the same for both exam options – the main difference will be where you sit your exam. For Test-Centre exams, you are required to travel to the test-centre location, while Online-Proctored exams can be completed in any location which meets the environment requirements. Candidates will be supervised in-person at a test centre, while an online proctor will supervise online exam candidates via their webcam. The only other difference is note-taking – while candidates sitting a Test-Centre exam will have access to an erasable whiteboard, candidates sitting an Online-Proctored exam will be required to use an online whiteboard.
In addition, due to varying health regulations across the globe, candidates opting for a Test-Centre exam may need to abide by local safety requirements throughout their exam. Please view the location-specific information at the bottom of this page to understand your local requirements.