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Is there such a list that I can access online so I'll know when I'll be able to test after I graduate?

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Is there such a list that I can access online so I'll know when I'll be able to test after I graduate?

Yes, but only after you've gotten your ATT, submitted it to Pearson-Vue, and then accessed that area of the website reserved for those who are ready at that time to test. That is, those who have all the paperwork in, fees paid, and now Pearson is just waiting for them to pick a date and time.

At that time, you can go online (Pearson-Vue site) and see the schedule for the testing site(s) in your area and what the times/dates available are.

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Thanks. So I can test pretty much at any time. I don't mean whenever I want, but pretty much there are several times available during every month?

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Thanks. So I can test pretty much at any time. I don't mean whenever I want, but pretty much there are several times available during every month?

Oh, absolutely! Depending on the time of year, it can be daily: in NY, the site was open six days per week (only closed sundays). But also depending on the time of year, dates close out depending on popularity: I found that in the month I tested (July) I had a limited selection of days available (many were blocked out because of earlier registrants). Still not a big deal; I tested on a different day a week or two later or something like that.

Some sites had only one timeslot per day (starting at 8 or 9 am) and others had an afternoon option. They have to allow you 6 hours for the exam, plus registration and fingerprinting, etc time, so I wouldn't count on starting past early afternoon.

Good luck!

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