• Deanna Clark-Esposito

Remote Proctor Customs Broker License Examination (CBLE) Option on April 21, 2021

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is offering a remote proctored exam delivery option for the April 21, 2021 Customs Broker License Exam (CBLE) to a limited number of examinees. Remote proctoring allows the examinee the opportunity to take the CBLE in his or her home or another private location if the examinee’s test environment meets all of the conditions, requirements, and passes a diagnostic test prior to registration. Remote proctoring means a person (the proctor) will observe the examinee via the computer camera throughout the exam, from sign-in through completion.

The remote proctored exam delivery method will be offered on a first come, first served basis until full. If you are not interested in the remote proctored exam delivery, or it has reached capacity, the April 21, 2021 exam will continue to be available at In Person Pearson Vue testing sites.

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