In order to take the exam at a PSI/LaserGrade Testing Center, candidates are required to present government-issued photo identification.
The identification must be clear and legible. The name on the photo identification must be the same as on the original registration. If the names are different, then a certified or notarized copy of a marriage license, divorce decree, adoption papers or other legal documentation of name change should be provided. If the address on the government-issued photo identification is different from that supplied at the time of registration, the candidate must show proof of address, such as a current utility bill.
The following are examples of government-issued photo identification. (R3)
- A Valid Passport
- Driver’s License
- US Armed Forces Photo Identification
- Non-driver’s Identification Issued by a State Department of Motor Vehicles
Candidates may not bring any paper, books, cell phones, calculators, pagers, scanners, cameras or PDAs with them into the examining room. Candidates may be inspected for such materials prior to the exam. All purses, brief cases and other personal items will be securely locked up during the exam. The testing session may be videotaped for additional security. (
R3 = nhanow.com – PDF ExCPT Pharmacy Technician National Healthcareer Association NHA Candidate Handbook