Remote Proctoring

Instructions for the Remotely Proctored CLT

The remotely proctored CLT is a version of the CLT that students take at home with their own computers. The exam is recorded (not live-proctored) and later reviewed by CLT staff. Due to the nature of the platform and our commitment to ensuring test integrity, familiarity with the test’s rules and requirements is critical to ensuring you have the best possible testing experience. As such, we thank students and parents in advance for reading this page thoroughly!

The information on this page applies only to the remotely proctored CLT. It does not pertain to the CLT10, CLT3-8, or in-school CLT. For more information about requirements for those exams, see our Test Day Expectations page.

We recommend starting with our instructional video:

CLT Remote Proctoring: Preparing for the Test

Scores will be released on the third Tuesday following the exam. You will receive an email when they have been posted to your CLT dashboard.

If you still have any questions after reading this page, please contact us at

Differences between the Remotely Proctored CLT and Other Exams
How to Prepare for Test Day
Test Day and Afterward