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  1. Junior Member
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    Default C|EHv9 - Sitting test at home

    Hi

    I am due to sit the text at home using ProctorU

    What tends to happen before you sit the exam. Do you have to show ID etc?

    I've never done it this way before

    Thanks

    James
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  3. Passion For IT
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    Yes, you show ID to the camera and they take a pic of it.
    A few certs here and there and everywhere...
    AAS: Computer Security
    BS: Information Technology - Security (WGU)
    MS: Information Security & Assurance (WGU)
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  4. Junior Member
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    Thanks.

    I'm going to be sitting the exam tomorrow on a Surfacebook. Hopefully that will be good enough

    I've given up doing practice tests now as I found I'm getting more wrong this evening than before. I think it's because I am a little nervous about tomorrow and not fully concentrating.

    James
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  5. Junior Member
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    Hello James. How was the exam? I also took my CEH exam at home. It was quite funny but I felt comfortable at home than at cert center.
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  6. Junior Member
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    I did 2 EC-Council exams from home, so can tell I feel myself more comfortable with ProctorU than at testing center.
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