The MITAM test will be administered on Sunday, November 1, 2020, in the morning. It is possible that test locations will change.
Over the next few days, every examinee will receive personal notification regarding his or her assigned test location and classroom, the time the test will be given, and special guidelines for taking the test during the period of COVID-19.
- It is possible that you will take the test in a different classroom than the one to which you were originally assigned.
- You will not be allowed to change the campus or the classroom to which you are assigned.
- Anyone unable to take the test for any of the reasons listed here may submit a request to the Exceptions Committee to take the test in an extraordinary administration that will be held about one month after the regular administration date. The Committee will consider each request individually, based on the explanations and documents that are presented by the examinee.
- Starting ten days after the test is administered, anyone who did not take it may cancel his or her registration and receive a full refund of the test fee, or change his registration to next year without incurring a service charge.
Regular registration and late registration are closed. For information on registering for MITAM on the day the test is administered, please contact the Registration Center.