The AMCA recommends that candidates complete a Candidate Registration Application as far in advance as possible. Exam candidates will not be able to submit a Candidate Registration Application within SEVEN days of the scheduled exam date.
If you DO NOT have an AMCA account, CLICK HERE to complete a Candidate Registration Application. If you would like to register for additional certification exams, do not create a new account. Please login to your existing AMCA candidate account and use the “Exam Registration” tab.
You can use a Visa, American Express, Discover or MasterCard to secure your exam date and time. No pre-registration is complete without full payment.
To complete an online Candidate Registration Application, you must have the following information available:
All candidates can either test at an AMCA Approved Test Site or using Live Remote Proctoring (LRP). If they are not associated with an AMCA Approved Test Site or if there is not one in their area, then they are advised to test with LRP.
Computer-Based with In-Person Proctor
The exam is delivered on an exam delivery platform at an AMCA Approved Test Site with in-person proctor.
Paper-Based with In-Person Proctor
The exam is delivered in paper/pencil format at an AMCA Approved Test Site with in-person proctor.
Computer-Based with Live Remote Proctor
The exam is delivered on an exam delivery platform at a location of choice with a live-remote proctor.
Test Site Pay
If your test site is covering the cost of your exam, please select “Test Site Pay”. It is advised to check with your Test Site to see if they are covering the cost of the exam or the test candidate is responsible for payment. All exam registration payment methods are verified with the Test Site prior to confirming the exam registration.
If self-pay is selected, payment from the candidate is required in order to successfully submit the Registration Form. AMCA accepts Visa, American Express, Discover or MasterCard as acceptable payment methods. Personal checks are not accepted.
If candidates are not successful in their first exam attempt, they will have two more opportunities to retake the exam. After the first unsuccessful attempt, there is a designated 30-day waiting period before the candidate can test again. After a second unsuccessful attempt, there is a designated 60-day waiting period before the candidate can test again. Each candidate has a maximum of three attempts. All testing, including the second and third, attempt must be completed within 1 year of the date of the first attempt. If the candidate does not successfully pass the exam after the third attempt, they can re-apply 1 year from the date of their initial exam attempt.
If a candidate wishes to cancel an exam date, first a written notice must be submitted 5 business days in advance of the original exam date to the Registration Department (email@example.com). Once written notice is received, you must complete the Refund Request Form in order to receive a refund, minus a $25 Administrative Fee. NO exam fee will be refunded for any reason on or after the scheduled exam date.
To request a refund, please submit this Refund Request Form. Once your refund is processed, you will receive an email from Finance@AMCAexams.com indicating whether your refund was APPROVED, DENIED, or REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. Please allow up to 5 business days for your refund to be processed, and then an additional 5 business days for the refund to appear in your account.
Once an exam registration is received, each student will be sent an email with three forms of exam preparation:
Please click here for more information on AMCA’s Prep Material.
Exam reminders will automatically be emailed to exam candidate seven and three days before scheduled exam.