Is it possible to go to a Prometric test site to see the site and see the computer network in action?
I'm reading threads that seem to indicate that not all test centers are cutting edge and frocked with poor lighting, poor air exchange, old computers and lagging networks.
If we are aspiring architects, is it logical to assess a site that we are paying to use?
Shouldn't we as clients or consumers, be able to see what we are getting before we waste time and money on a product that has a history of poor performance?
How about a website that reviews/evaluates Prometric Test sites?
Or, how about NCARB setting up a section that a candidate can go to in order to get a feel for what other candidates have experienced?
Punch in a test site location,
Computer Network: 1 2,3,4,5 - 5 being great
Site interior - Lighting, HVAC, Seating, Sound Level: 1 2 3 4 5
If candidates give reviews that aren't very positive, is it possible that NCARB might take notice and put pressure on Prometric to implement changes or lose the contract?
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