Latest information on COVID-19 response

Latest information on COVID-19 response
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March 13, 2020

NCEES has been monitoring the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and its potential impact on our programs and services for several weeks. With a pandemic officially declared for COVID-19, NCEES is taking the following actions to help contain and slow the spread of the virus.

  • The April 2020 paper-and-pencil exam administration is canceled.
    • Exams offered only once a year during the April 2020 administration will be offered during the October 2020 administration.
    • Registration dates for the October 2020 exam administration will be announced soon.
    • Additional information will be emailed directly to affected examinees.
  • All NCEES meetings scheduled to take place between March 15 and May 2 are canceled.
    • Meetings scheduled to begin after May 2 will be reassessed as we learn more.
    • Meeting attendees will receive an email with additional information specific to their meeting. The email will include instructions on canceling travel arrangements and if the meeting will be rescheduled.

The decision to cancel the April 2020 exam administration and upcoming meetings was not made lightly. These actions support the NCEES vision and mission to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of the public. While we strive to achieve this every day through the programs and services we provide to the engineering and surveying professions, this decision should serve as a reminder that safeguarding the health, safety, and welfare of the public is at the heart of everything we do.

CBT examinees
Computer-based testing (CBT) examinees who wish to reschedule an existing appointment should contact Pearson VUE to request a waiver of the reschedule fee. CBT examinees should also contact Pearson VUE with questions about a specific test center.

Additional information
Additional updates will be provided as needed. For the latest information on impacted areas, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

News release (PDF): NCEES responds to COVID-19 pandemic

March 10, 2020

NCEES continues to monitor the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and its potential impact on our programs and services. After careful consideration, we have made the following decisions related to the upcoming pencil-and-paper exam administration.

  • The following sites will NOT administer the April 2020 exams as scheduled: Emirate of Sharjah, Saudi Arabia, Seoul, and Tokyo. Examinees scheduled to take the exam at one of these sites received a cancelation notice and information on actions they need to take through their MyNCEES account. Affected examinees can message NCEES through their MyNCEES account with specific questions.

  • All other exam site locations are proceeding as scheduled at this time. NCEES is constantly reviewing this issue and will notify examinees directly through their MyNCEES account if changes are made to their exam site. Information will also be posted on our website.
  • Information on how an examinee’s site location is preparing for and handling COVID-19 will be included in the individual’s exam authorization, which is sent to examinees approximately two weeks prior to the exam administration.
  • As a precaution, an exception has been made for the April 2020 exam administration to allow examinees to bring the following items into the exam room:
    • Hand sanitizer and wipes (must be kept on the floor during the exam)
    • Medical/surgical face masks (must be worn or placed on the floor; proctors must visually inspect the mask; mask must be removed for ID verification)

CBT exams
Computer-based testing (CBT) examinees should continue to contact Pearson VUE with questions about a specific test center.

Additional information
Additional updates will be provided as needed. For the latest information on impacted areas, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

March 3, 2020

NCEES is monitoring coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). At this time, all NCEES meetings, computer-based exam appointments, and paper-and-pencil exam administrations are proceeding as scheduled. Examinees with specific concerns can message NCEES through their MyNCEES account. Computer-based testing (CBT) examinees should contact Pearson VUE if they have questions about a particular test center.

Updates will be provided as needed. For the latest information on impacted areas, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

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