WHAT TO BRING ON TEST DAY
Valid, Acceptable Identification (ID and/or Passport) Document(s)
Test takers are advised to bring at least 2 forms of acceptable ID each time they report to a test center. With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all of the following requirements. Each ID document must:
be an original document; photocopied documents are not acceptable
be valid; expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable
include the test taker's full name matching exactly the name used to register
include a recent photograph that clearly matches the test taker
include the test taker's signature
If you do not bring valid and acceptable identification, or if the name on your ID/Passport does not exactly match the name on your registration, you will not be permitted to test and your test fee will not be refunded.
You may be required to show your ID and/or to sign a test center log at various points throughout the test administration.
If the test administrator questions the ID you present, you may be required to provide a supplemental ID. If positive confirmation cannot be made, you may not be permitted to test or your test scores may be held or canceled.
Prior admission to a test center based on a given ID document does not guarantee that that document will be considered acceptable. Test centers are not required to hold your seat if you leave the center to obtain acceptable identification.
Admission to the test center does not assure that the ID you provided is valid or that your scores will be reported. All reported cases of questionable ID are subject to review and approval by the ETS Office of Testing Integrity either during or after the test administration. ETS reserves the right to hold and/or cancel scores in the event that the ID requirements set forth herein are not met.
Your test fee will not be refunded if you are not permitted to test or if your scores are held or canceled because of invalid or unacceptable ID.
Personal items other than your ID document(s) are not allowed in the testing room. Any items you choose to bring to the test center may be inspected and/or confiscated.