Once your registration has been evaluated and processed, you will be sent one admission ticket for each exam you are taking. This admission ticket will contain your personal information, the name of the test you are taking, your AEPA identification number, and details of your testing time and location. You will need to have your admission tickets with you on the day of the examination. It is problematic, although possible, for the exam administrators to seat students who fail to bring their admission tickets. To be safe, you should make a photocopy of each admission ticket as soon as you receive it. Later, you will need the AEPA identification number to access your unofficial score report on the Internet.
If your admission ticket contains incorrect information, or if you would like to change your testing date or time, contact the test administrator as soon as possible. You will not be able to resolve these issues on the day of the exam. If you need to change your test date, you must do so online or through the postal mail by 6 p.m. of the late registration deadline for either the original test date or the date on which you wish to take the test, whichever is earlier. If you need to change your test area, add a test, change your test selection, or withdraw from a test, you must do so online or through the postal mail by 6 p.m. of the late registration deadline for the exam. The appropriate forms for each of these changes can be found at the AEPA website.
Once you have received your admission ticket, you can confirm your registration by visiting the AEPA website. There, you will find a complete list of all the tests for which you are registered, as well as helpful information about your testing location.