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All exam candidates must schedule testing appointments with D.L. Roope by submitting the application from their website: D.L. Roope.com

Candidate Information Bulletins and the Candidate Handbook can be accessed at www.dlroope.com All candidates are responsible for reading the Candidate Information Bulletin prior to examination.

Candidates must register with the full legal name as it appears on their government issued identification. The name on the identification must be the same as the name used to register for the examination. If the candidate fails to bring proper identification or the candidate names do not match, the candidates will not be allowed to test.

If ID and candidate information do not match the candidate may be turned away.

Questions? Contact D.L. Roope 1-888-375-2020 


Temporary Permits

Each graduate is eligible for a temporary permit if the following is complete:
1. Graduation paperwork is submitted to the Board (this is completed by the school)
2. The graduate submits the examination application (within 3 months of the date of graduation AND after the date of graduation) to DL Roope.
3. The graduate submits the temporary permit form and $5 fee to the Board office.

All permits are valid for 6 months after the date of graduation. Permits cannot be renewed.