Challenge Exam Schedule
2020 Challenge Examinations
|Registration||Registration Deadline||Withdrawal Deadline || Exam Testing Window |
|July 18, 2020||1 calendar day from exam appointment time||July 28-30, 2020|
|TBD||TBD||1 calendar day from exam appointment time|
November 2020 (dates TBD)
- On the exam day, registrants must present valid government-issued photo identification to launch their exam.
- No papers, texts or materials are permitted.
- Breaks are not permitted during the exam.
- Individuals who fail to appear for their exam without prior notification will forfeit their exam fees.
- In order to use the Examity online proctoring service, your computer must meet certain requirements, which are outlined here:
https://examity.com/faqs-students/. You may also view a video there on how the online proctoring works. Use the following link to perform a system readiness check:
- Not meeting the system requirements may result in you not being able to write the exam during the scheduled time and you may be required to pay to reschedule your online proctored exam, or withdraw from the exam completely.
Exam fees are refunded upon withdrawal
up to 24 hours from the scheduled exam date, minus a $30.00 plus HST administration fee. Withdrawal requests must be submitted by email to
Thomas Callitsis at
In addition, registrants must also cancel their appointment on Examity’s website at
least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled exam time.
A candidate may reschedule their exam to a different time from the previously set exam date and time. The rescheduling must be completed on the Examity website at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled exam time, in order to not incur a rescheduling charge.
A candidate may use the on-demand scheduling option to take an exam within 24 hours. This will incur a USD $5 on-demand fee that must be paid by the candidate. This fee is collected by Examity, and not HRPA.
Note: Candidates can only reschedule their exam within the same testing window. If they are unable to reschedule their exam in the same testing window, they will need to submit a request to withdraw from their exam and will be able to register in a future testing window.
HRPA has developed an Accommodations Policy to provide reasonable testing accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities. Reasonable accommodation refers to any adjustment to the examination materials or testing environment that permits a qualified applicant with a disability to perform without undue hardship to the institution providing accommodation. Documented disabilities are those for which there is a diagnosis by a qualified professional.
The purpose of accommodations is to provide equity, not advantage. Any requested modification that would substantially alter essential elements of the examination will not be granted.
Results will be released by email to all candidates approximately 2-3 weeks from the last day of the testing window.