Before taking the Comprehensive Exam, candidates interested in earning the PSC designation from the American Association of Service Coordinators must meet all program requirements.
The PSC exam consists of 80 questions derived from the twelve core modules of the Professional Service Coordinator Program. A minimum score of 80% is required to be successful. Candidates may take up to two hours to complete the exam unless special accommodations are arranged in advance.
Additional Exam Details
Eligible candidates can now take the exam at either a conveniently located proctored testing site or use Proctorio, a new online proctoring tool.
Candidates may locate a convenient in-person proctored testing site certified by the National College Testing Association by visiting their website and then schedule the exam directly with the selected site.
An alternate and possibly more convenient option may be to take the exam at a local college or university. Please visit their website for more information and to schedule the exam if this is the best option.
*Fees assessed by testing sites are the responsibility of the candidate. Information on refunds or other details must be obtained from the site.
Candidates can now take the exam at any location that is quiet and free of distractions, providing a laptop or desktop computer that meets the minimum system requirements is available for use.
Please carefully review the information at the link below to determine if this option is right for you.
*A fee of $50 is due at the time of exam registration. Once selected, this option is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Once all requirements have been completed, candidates should indicate their readiness to take the exam by completing the Exam Registration form. The PSC committee will contact you after verifying all documentation and confirming that the modules were completed by the stated deadlines.