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Examinees may take certification exam from remote location
The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) announced it now offers remote proctoring for certification exams.
To take advantage of this option, examinees need a quiet room that is free of papers and books, a computer, a webcam with audio, and a reliable wifi connection. Examinees may not use their phone or exit the room once the exam begins.
If examinees would prefer to take the exam with a group and skip the private proctoring fee, most upcoming regional shows are hosting exam sessions.