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ABA Exam For Capstone
Candidates enrolled in an authorized Capstone program may register for the ACAT’s ABA examination in a paper and pencil format at a Capstone facility. Candidates must complete and submit the ACAT Registration Form (hardcopy or electronic) and the corresponding examination fee. Instructors of the Capstone program must submit hardcopy registration forms and the fees directly to ACAT for processing.
What you need to know about proctoring an ACAT exam:
The ABA exam can be administered in the classroom by an authorized proctor.
Faculty and/or instructors (or anyone with a perceived conflict of interest) of a Capstone Program may
serve as proctors for the ABA examination
The teacher of the course will request the test for the students by submitting the
"Request to Test"
found in the Capstone Kit, and a class roster to
This schedules your exam date with us. You will receive confirmation of your selected date from ACAT
Next get your students
registered for the exam
at the reduced Capstone student rate at least 2 weeks prior to your exam date
ACAT will send your test materials 10 days prior to your exam date
Test materials include: test booklets for Practice 1 and Practice 2, scantrons, and return mailer
On test day remember: students must bubble in each letter of their name and ID, students will fill out two scantrons- one for each Practice
Students will receive their grades, and a letter about activating their credential (if passed), by Email
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