GUIDE TO STATE LICENSING
Follow these directions to create your account, pay your examination fee, and schedule your state licensing exam.
|1.||Complete the appropriate examination application information from your state licensing website.|
|2.||Your state licensing entity will determine your eligibility for the exam for which you have applied. You will receive a letter from your state entity informing you of your examination eligibility. The letter will also include instructions for paying your exam fee to ARRT.|
|3.||Your state entity will submit your eligibility information to ARRT.
California and Florida state applicants: Your state-assigned eligibility period will start at this time. You must pay ARRT for your examination or any subsequent retakes at least 30 days prior to the end of your state-assigned eligibility period.
|4.||If you are a first-time user, you will need to create an account on this site. (Please note: We reset all accounts on this website in August 2023. If you haven’t logged in since then, you must create a new account.)
If you already have an account, log in, then skip to step number five.
|5.||Pay for your examination by credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
(Note: If you requested ADA testing accommodations, your exam authorization is now on hold until Paradigm receives and responds to your application for accommodations and supporting documentation. Follow instructions for next steps in your payment confirmation.)
|6.||Please allow 10 days for payment processing. After 10 days, log in to your account on this site to access your Candidate Status Report. It will include:
|7.||Schedule your exam appointment: Call Pearson VUE at 1.800.632.9055, or schedule online.
(Note: If you requested ADA testing accommodations, you must use the contact information on your accommodations decision letter to schedule your exam. If you use the phone number or online scheduling option above, you won't get your approved accommodations.)
|9.||Results will be provided to you by your state entity. Please allow up to five weeks for delivery of examination results.|