Online Proctoring Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist Program

The BCMAS examination is offered to candidates via the online proctoring service, ProctorU®.

Candidates are required to set up a student account at ProctorU®‘s website. Candidates may schedule a proctoring session anytime anywhere.* They are advised to schedule a proctoring session at least 72 hours prior to the intended exam date.

Once the candidate successfully completes the 20 modules, the exam tab on the BCMAS program website will be enabled. There, the candidate will find detailed instructions to: 1) Schedule a proctoring session, 2) how to take the exam, and 3) get the results.

Applicants will be required to use either an internal or external web camera to complete their exam.

For more information about the proctoring process, visit ProctorU®‘s website.

*While the exam may be taken asynchronously, candidates will receive their exam reports at the end of a calendar quarter (March, June, September, or December).

For more questions please email us at info@medicalaffairsspeicalist.org.