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  1. Thanks very much for sharing your experience! Perhaps I will see if I can setup a fan behind my desk to keep things cool as it wouldn't be reassuring if my computer starts to have a heat stroke mid-test. Thanks for the heads up!
  2. Thank you both for the input! I will take both into consideration.
  3. Thank you both for your input. I agree it's best to weigh the pros/cons of travel (40 minutes for me) vs the convenience of testing at home and having to work through potential software issues. Also, given that the upcoming NAC exam is also virtual, I felt it might even be worthwhile getting accustomed to the QE1 in a home environment since there's no way around it for the NAC.
  4. Hi Everyone, Given the opportunity to take the QE1 from home via ProProctor, I'm wondering if others have had success/difficulties with this? I'd like to know if remote is a better option compared to the test centre? (I thought it might be somewhat more simple remotely due to no need for travel to test centres/masks/etc). Thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts.
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