As a candidate for NCMA certification you have a right to:
- Be treated impartially and with courtesy and respect regardless of age, gender, religion, ethnicity, disability, or national origin.
- Know the type of exam to be taken, the source of the questions, and the cost of all associated certification fees.
- Know the time, date, and location the examination will be administered.
- Know when the results of the examination will be available to you.
- Have your examination administered and evaluated in a professional and impartial manner.
- Have your application information, examination scores,and dialog pertaining to complaints and appeals be kept confidential to the extent allowed by NCMA policies and procedures.
- Address any concerns you might have about the examination or the examination process.
- Appeal any decision of NCMA Certification Staff.