How do I take the HP2-E45 Exam

by Community Manager on ‎01-15-2013 03:06 PM - edited on ‎05-29-2014 11:16 AM by Neighborhood Admin

Question

I am supposed to sit for HP technical Certified I Exam HP2-E45. What I am not sure is if this exam is supposed to be done sitting at the PEARSON VUE exam center or it can be done from my computer after making the payment online? 

Answer

All the information you need to know about HP ExpertOne exams can be found here.

 

 

 Proctored exams (HP0-xxx) are typically administered at Pearson VUE testing centers. Occasionally, HP will arrange for onsite test centers at major events. An HP Learner ID is required to register for an exam. All exam registrations, payments, scheduling and cancellations should be completed by going directly to the following Pearson VUE website: http://www.pearsonvue.com/hp/. Exam fees vary by country but usually range from $100 USD to $200 USD for proctored exams. Discounts may be available with the purchase of pre-paid exam vouchers which are available to corporate and individual purchasers. Learn more about our online voucher store

 

 Web-based exams (HP2-xxx or HP3-xxx) are conducted over the web in a secure browser environment. Web based exams offer the convenience of 24-hour access but do have a time limit. All exam registrations, payments, scheduling and cancellations should be completed by going directly to the following Pearson VUE website: http://www.pearsonvue.com/hp/. Exam fees vary by country but usually range from $25 USD to $100 USD for online exams. Discounts may be available with the purchase of pre-paid exam vouchers which are available to corporate and individual purchasers. Learn more about our online voucher store

 

You must have a valid learner ID before you can register for an exam.

 

If you don't have one, click here to get your learner ID.

 

Good luck!

 

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