Home // Exams // Exams Information // Other Information

OTHER INFORMATION

OTHER INFO

Examination Offerings 
Proctoring Examinations of Other Jurisdictions 
Failure to Attend an Examination 


 Examination Offerings

An applicant who fails to pass either the FE, PPE, CSCS, FLS, PPLS or GLM examination may be assigned to additional offerings of the examination upon repayment of the examination fees.

An applicant who fails to pass part or parts of the computer-administered Architect Registration Examination shall be permitted to sit for the examination (assuming that the applicant is still eligible based on the PEALS Board rules and regulations). The applicant, however, may schedule appointments based on his preference and the testing center availability.

↑ back to top

 Proctoring Examinations of Other Jurisdictions

Effective with the October 2010 exam administration, the Board will no longer accept proctoring of any examinations except for active military personnel assigned to duty on Guam.

↑ back to top

 Failure to Attend an Examination

  • An applicant who fails to attend an examination for which he has been scheduled will forfeit the fee paid for the examination. The examination fee will not be forfeited in case of illness, death in the immediate family, or other unavoidable causes for absence for which he applicant can certify under oath, witnessed by a Notary Public, or other official designated to witness oaths.
  • Failure of an applicant to attend an examination for which he has been scheduled to attend does not count as a failure of the examination.
↑ back to top


Website by GuamWEBZ / PacificWEBZ / Design by Gorilla Media-Guam / Powered by TechBridge-Guam

Guam Web Designers | Guam Webmasters | Guam Website Design Developers | Guam Ad Agency | Guam Web Marketing | Guam Social Media | Guam Translations


This website is Accessible! We are proud to say, this website has ZERO detected “accessibility errors”, as per an accessibility evaluation conducted using WAVE, a highly reputable accessibility evaluation tool. For more information, see www.WebAIM.org. Built Accessible, by Axessible Web (www.axessible.com)