Exam Verification FAQs
Which exams must be verified in order to complete the Records application process?
Applicants are required to provide information regarding their Fundamentals and Principles and Practice exams.
What should I do if my FE exam requirement was waived by my state licensing board?
If your state board waived the FE exam requirement for your initial license, the state board must indicate they granted a waiver when they submit the verification.
How do I verify my exam results?
Exam results are verified as part of the application process. Each state licensing board is responsible for determining how they verify exam results. Most are verified electronically through the Exam and Licensure Verification section in your MyNCEES account. Specific instructions on how to complete each request are provided for each state board when you make a request.
Is there a fee to verify my exam results?
Each state licensing board is responsible for setting any fees related to verifying exam results. Typically, exam results are verified with the appropriate licensing board at no charge. However, some applicants may be required to pay a fee to the appropriate state licensing board for the service.
Do exam result verifications expire?
Exam results that are verified as part of the official application process do not expire.