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Individual agencies already set up to deliver CASAS eTests can begin remote testing after they sign an Agency Remote Testing Agreement. This signed agreement attests that the agency will adhere to all test security measures and remote testing protocols while testing remotely. Agencies not yet set up with CASAS eTests can follow the steps laid out in the Going Live! Checklist to get started.

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California agencies already set up to deliver CASAS eTests can begin remote testing after they sign an Agency Remote Testing Agreement. This signed agreement attests that the agency will adhere to all test security measures and remote testing protocols while testing remotely. Agencies not yet set up with CASAS eTests can follow the steps laid out in the Going Live! Checklist to get started.

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Proctors must already be certified as eTests proctors. They must sign a Proctor Remote Testing Agreement to attest that the proctor will adhere to all test security measures and remote testing protocols. Local agencies are responsible for ensuring that their remote testing proctors are trained and are following remote testing protocols.

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Proctor Remote Testing Certification is an optional but highly recommended training for currently certified CASAS eTests proctors. States and local agencies may require remote proctors to complete this training.

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