You must read all of the information under the 'Registration' and 'Sit' pages prior to registering.

Read the information in this section of the website carefully. Included in this section of the website is information about your confirmation email, confirming your attendance with ProctorU, accepted forms of identification, what to take to the test and guidelines for unethical behaviour.

What is remote proctoring?

Remote proctoring involves sitting the test under live supervision using your own computer in a suitable location with internet connectivity. Please watch this short video to have an understanding of how remote proctoring works and what to expect.

Remote proctoring for ISAT is currently provided by ProctorU. ProctorU is based in the United States and by selecting to sit the test by remote proctoring you will be required to provide your Personal Information to an overseas entity. If you choose to sit the test by remote proctoring you will need to provide your Personal Information to a third party, ProctorU (ACER’s current provider of remote proctoring). The Personal Information you provide to ProctorU will be stored outside of Australia, the UK and the EU. You should read ProctorU’s privacy policy

Items needed for your test session

Candidates are required to bring the following to their test sitting

1. One form of non-expired, government-issued, photo (If the identification you present does not contain a photograph of you, as you look on the test day, you will not be allowed to sit ISAT).  Ensure that the names on your ID are displayed the same way they are displayed on your test record, and that the IDs have a current signature.

2. A small erasable whiteboard and whiteboard maker OR two (2) A4 pieces of blank scrap paper and two (2) pens. You will be asked to rip up your scrap paper or wipe clean your whiteboard at the end of your test sitting.

3. A clear water bottle (no labels attached)

4. Mirror (hand held is fine) or other reflective device.

Candidates whose native language is not English may bring a printed bilingual dictionary into the test. Dictionaries must not contain definitions of English words in English. The pages must be unmarked and all notes removed. Any candidate taking this option must submit the dictionary to the proctor for inspection before the test begins. Candidates should note that electronic dictionaries are not permitted.

No calculators, food and drink, smart watches, smart glasses, headphones, ear plugs, books, notes, mobile phones, pencil cases or dictionaries other than stated above are permitted.