NCLE Advanced Examination April - June 2021

The Advanced Certification designation, NCLE-AC, are earned only after a practitioner has attained several years of experience, completes a prescribed curriculum of advanced education, and achieves a passing score on the rigorous examination. Test specifications are posted on this site on the examination handbook.

Having earned the basic NCLE certification, and completed one recertification period (3 years) you are eligible to take the Advanced exam.

Exams are given in English, via computer at a Prometric testing facility, or through Remote Proctor and the exam is 3 hours long.

CLSA Fellows who are not currently NCLE certified, may obtain Advanced Certification by re-taking and passing the entry level examination (CLRE). Having passed the CLRE again, the Advanced Certification status may be requested and granted, without having to take the Advanced Examination. A certificate will be provided upon request at a nominal fee.

Important information to note before registering for the exam:
-Please make sure to include on your exam registration profile your FULL legal name-as it appears on your government issued photo ID(e.g. driver's license, passport), a personal phone number, and a correct email address.
-If you have recently taken this exam, you MUST wait 90 days (from the date you took the exam) before you can register to retake the exam.
-If you need to complete our Disability Accommodation Form, please click HERE to download our Accommodation request information.  Once you are ready to submit your form, please click HERE .
-Exam registration fee is now $175, and are NON-REFUNDABLE once payment has been submitted.
-Please make sure you review the Advanced Examination Handbook for further exam policy information before registering for the exam.  It will answer most of your questions about the exam. 
-After you have submitted the registration fee, you will receive an email confirmation with your eligibility ID number and instructions on how to schedule your exam to pick your location, date, and time.  (Make sure to check your junk/spam folder, as the email confirmation may go into those folders.)
-If you are interested in ProProctor Remote Testing, please review the user guide by clicking here.  You MUST also verify that your computer is also compatible with ProProctor Remote Testing.  It is your RESPONSIBILITY to make sure your computer is compatible with the remote testing.  Please click here to do a system check for remote testing.  Also, please click here and read the user guide that matches the type of computer you will be using to take your exam.  Especially, if you are planning on using a MAC computer, as it will go over the required steps on how to avoid running into any issues launching your remote exam. 
-Make certain that if you are in a Licensing state, that your state has approved remote testing, before scheduling your remotely proctored exam.
-Prometric continues to require candidates and test center staff to wear masks/face-covering while in the test center.  Please note that masks with exhale valves will not be permitted in the test center.  This is reflected in the test center policies, available on the Prometric website and referenced in candidate confirmation emails(once scheduled) and calls with Prometric.
-Candidate COVID-19 FAQs: Prometric has created a new, dedicated page to host COVID-19-related FAQs for candidates.  This new page, linked here, can be found by clicking the "COVID-19 update" tab on Prometric's homepage and selecting "COVID-19 FAQ."  Other test taker FAQs can be found under the "Test Takers" tab on Prometric's homepage.

***Please be aware that registration ends on 06/15/2021 11:59PM (EST).  There will be NO late registration or late fees.***
4/1/2021 - 6/30/2021

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