Test Access

Test Access

Before taking the test, be sure you have the necessary hardware and software requirements. You are responsible for making sure that the software works with your system before you take the Online NMAT. All information about the Online NMAT is sent to the candidate’s registered e-mail. Resources for taking the Online NMAT such as the PDF copy of the Candidate Online Assessment Guide (COAG), Practice Set and links to the Demo Test and Video Tutorial on Attempting CEM Online Test will be available in your Registration Account as soon as payment is completed. All candidates will receive via e-mail the test invite containing the link for the actual test 2-3 days prior to the first test date of the current NMAT cycle. You are responsible for monitoring the e-mail address you provided during registration, including SPAM/JUNK folders.

You are advised to contact the CEM Help Desk at least a day before your actual test if you cannot find the test invite in your email Inbox/SPAM/Junk folders.

Access Time

The access time is the time you will be able to enter the testing website. A one and a half (1.5) hour access time is given to all candidates to enter the online testing platform for registration and identity verification. You need to log-in at the earliest access time indicated in the email with the test link for the preliminary activities such as system check, identity verification, and security check. Once you have been verified, you will immediately start the test.  If there are issues during the identity verification stage, you will be asked to resubmit your credentials, and will be put again on queue.

Failure to log-in on the test date and time for any reason will result to forfeiture of your test.