The exam will be administered in computer-based format at approximately 118 CompUSA Testing Centers located throughout 35 states in the U.S.
The test consists of 185 questions, of which approximately 30% will be based on knowledge, 40% on problem-solving, and 30% on analysis. The exam is scored on a pass/fail basis and costs $300 plus a $50 application fee to verify eligibility to sit for the credential, AHRA said.
Applications for the exam are due by September 15 and are available by calling the AHRA offices at 978-443-7591, or online at www.ahraonline.org/.
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