Taking An Exam
IC&RC examinations are developed for exclusive use of IC&RC member boards to use as part of their jurisdictionally specific certification process.
Each Member Board is an independently run and operated entity with their own jurisdictionally specific processes, rules, eligibility requirements, and fees.
Member Boards develop eligibility criteria for those taking an IC&RC examination and approve candidates to sit for an IC&RC examination. You will need to establish your eligibility with your local Member Board before you are able to register for an examination. You must work directly with your IC&RC member board to determine eligibility requirements and the examination registration process. Find your Member Board's Contact Information Here.
It is extremely important that you know your jurisdiction’s rules, timelines, and processes regarding taking an IC&RC examination. These vary, as do the fees you may be required to pay to your board. Always contact your local Member Board for questions regarding examination registration, administration, and fees.
IC&RC has developed Candidate Guides to provide candidates with detailed information about the IC&RC examination process. Candidate Guides include information on the following topics: