ARE Update
In This Issue: In compliance with local regulations, some test centers now require candidates to provide proof of vaccination.  
Illustration of a Prometric test center building with a vaccine badge icon.
Some Prometric Test Centers Now Require Proof of Vaccination
Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®) candidates in some areas will now be required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before being allowed to test on site at Prometric test centers. Candidates can check Prometric’s site status page to determine if their testing location requires proof of vaccination. 
Check Test Center Requirements
Prometric continues to use local guidelines and regional mandates to set COVID-19 policies at its individual test centers. Currently, only a small number of test centers require proof of vaccination. However, Prometric will continue to update the test center status list as local requirements continue to evolve. 
Illustration of a COVID-19 Vaccination Card with completed full doses checked off.
What to Bring
Candidates must bring the documentation provided to them by their medical provider at the time of vaccination in order to prove vaccination status. 
Illustration of a safety COVID-19 mask.
Masks Continue to Be Required at Prometric Test Centers
Prometric continues to require all individuals at their testing centers to wear an approved face covering for the duration of their time at the location, including test takers and test center staff. This provision will remain in force, even in jurisdictions that have recently adopted less rigorous COVID-19 policies. If you are not in compliance with this policy, you will not be allowed to sit for your scheduled appointment, will be marked as a no-show for the appointment, and will not receive a refund.

Prometric’s COVID-19 policies remain in effect until further notice. Learn more about Prometric’s requirements.

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