Interested in taking the certification knowledge exam on paper, rather than at a computer? Register and attend one of the following events:
March: Knowledge Exam (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
March 26: Knowledge Exam (Zurich, Switzerland)
April 19: PITT (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
April 24-25: ISAE - Superaero (France)
April 23-26: IEEE SysCon (Vancouver, Canada) - http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=gklfvycab&oeidk=a07ef4fe5nt3723a726
April 30 – May 2: SETE (Sydney, Australia) - https://sete2018.com.au/
May 3-4: Oil and Gas Conference (Houston, TX, USA)
May 8-9: Conference on Systems Engineering Research (Charlottesville, VA, US) -http://www.sercuarc.org/events/cser-2018/
May: LMU (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
May: University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
May: Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, USA)
July: IS18 (Washington, DC, USA) - https://www.incose.org/symp2018/home
The paper exam has the same format as the standard knowledge exam, with 120 multiple-choice questions in 120 minutes. In both cases, candidates will need an additional thirty minutes to show ID and receive instructions. Details on timing and locations are listed at each link.
INCOSE’s Certification Program has worked with our computer exam provider, Prometric, to establish two aids for candidates who are not native English speakers. These individuals may request an additional thirty minutes of exam time (in addition to the standard 120 minutes) by submitting a Special Accommodations Request form to the INCOSE Certification Program office. All candidates are also now allowed to bring in a translation dictionary to their exam. This dictionary may not have any notes or modifications, as interpreted by the exam official. These benefits are also available for individuals taking the paper exam. The Special Accommodations Form is found here: http://www.incose.org/certification/certforms#Special
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