USPEC practices stringent policies that not only help maintain the sanctity and credibility of its internationally renowned examinations, but also ensure that a just, affirmative, healthy, objective, and empathetic approach is pursued for evaluating applicants' fitness for award of its prestigious credentials. Though these policies can be read in detail in the USPEC Registrant Handbook, the following are some of the most important policy areas for examinees to make note of.
In the event that examinees fail their first attempt to pass their CPEP™ Certification exam, they should wait until the exam result gets published (72 hours) before retaking it.
They would be required to pay a nominal fee of USD 50 from their myUSPEC account to reappear for the exam.
If an examinee voluntarily cancels the scheduled examination appointment; they can immediately reapply from the myUSPEC account dashboard by paying a nominal fee of USD 50.
USPEC has a ‘zero–tolerance’ policy for misconduct or adoption of unfair means. During examination, the test manager (proctor) has all rights to dismiss an Examinee from the exam session for any of the following reasons:
Please be informed that USPEC is authorized to take legal action against anybody who violates copyright laws such as reproducing and distributing examination content or materials. The data bank of questions, the exam form, and all exam-related materials have copyrights and are the legal property of USPEC.
Any communication – be it verbal, written, or electronic – made by an examinee which can be deemed to be against the policies of examination is strictly prohibited. Any such act will invite stringent penal action.
Candidacy Reconsideration Form
Examinees seeking to dispute any USPEC action or decision against their candidacy, may download and fill up the Exam Candidacy Reconsideration Request Form and send it to email@example.com for initiating process and action.
Examinees missing a scheduled exam because of emergencies, should directly contact USPEC to report matter. The following reasons for missing out on, or not showing up for a scheduled USPEC exam have been defined as acceptably genuine, and deemed as justified for grant of Retake permissions if requested:
Examinees forced to miss out on their scheduled USPEC exam for any of the above-mentioned reasons are required to contact USPEC and request for a Retake by submitting doctor’s or hospital certificates etc., as proofs of the emergency encountered.
Please note that the program package fee is non-refundable. However, if the case is not listed under our no show policy, an additional fee of USD 50 will be charged to reapply.