I cannot take the test on the date it is scheduled, what can I do?
Can I be notified via text message when I receive an email from the City of Los Angeles regarding an examination?
How and when will I be notified of my score and/or status in the examination after completing a test?
After the examination is completed, what information will I be provided when I receive my test results?
How do I update my email address and/or phone number if this information has changed since I filed my application?
What is an online test, and are all examination components for the City of Los Angeles given online?
What is the difference between a proctored and an unproctored online test?
Will online tests be given during the week or weekend?
Where can I find additional information regarding taking a test online?
What is a virtual interview, and are all interviews for the City of Los Angeles given virtually?
Where can I find additional information regarding participating in a virtual interview?
What equipment do I need to take a test online, and can I test my computer’s compatibility with the various platforms used to proctor the online test?
Will the online test be timed?
Do I need a special place to take the test?
If I don't have the proper equipment or location to take the online test, what are my options?
Can I review the recording of my remote proctored online test session?
Who reviews the recording of my remote proctored online test session, and what are the consequences for violating one or more of the testing rules when taking the online test?
Why do some online tests require me to create an account, schedule a test and/or download software, and some do not?
Will I be able to review and make changes to my response(s) to the online test before I submit them?
What should I do if I experience a technical issue while taking an online test?
Can I use any resources or aides while taking the online test, such as scratch paper and/or a calculator?
Will all online tests require that I complete a room scan, and why is this necessary?
Will I be required to show my ID during a remote proctored online test, and what specific forms of identification are permitted?
What should I do if my test notice states that a valid ID is required to take the test, but my ID is expired and/or I do not have a valid ID because it was lost or stolen?
I have documents/images on my desk and/or wall. Do I need to put away and/or take everything down before my room scan when I’m taking a remote proctored online test?