ETA Offers Remote Exam Proctoring Solution During Pandemic
When it comes time to take proctored ETA International certification exams or FCC commercial radio license exams during the shelter-in-place directive, the trade association has found a solution that offers a seamless platform for online proctoring to guard test takers'' personal data and secure the integrity of the content with ExamRoom.AI.
In addition to the cost of the ETA certification test fee, ExamRoom.AI charges a fee for remote test proctoring. ETA will pay for the remote proctoring service as a thank you to association customers. ETA will pay for the initial proctoring fee, but if an examinee fails the exam or fails to show for the scheduled day/time, they will be charged a fee of $14 for a two-hour exam and $18 for a three-hour exam if/when they retake/take the aforementioned exam. ETA will still offer a free retake for all eligible certification exams but the examinee must pay the ExamRoom.AI fee.
**All remote examinees MUST have a working web cam and microphone! **
How to Take a Remotely-Proctored
ETA International Certification Exam:
1. The examinee may register themselves at the following link:
2. Once processed, the examinee will need to create an account with Exam Room.AI (ETA’s remote proctoring partner) and choose a day/time for the examination. ETA will send a welcome email with that information.
3. On the day of the scheduled examination, the examinee will log into the ExamRoom.AI website where they created their account at https://www.examroom.ai, click “start exam”, and follow the prompts. Once connected to the onboarding agent, the agent will walk them through the process of onboarding. After onboarding is done, the examinee will be transferred to the proctor and the proctor will give the examinee their ETA Trapeza online testing credentials to log in and take the examination. Once logged into Trapeza, the examinee will verify their account information, pay for the examination if they didn’t prepay, and finally take the examination.
4. If the examinee is a minor and needs a consent form for the video/audio requirements of remote proctoring, they can go to: