NRPP Exam Fees and Registration
NRPP Radon Measurement Provider Examination
NRPP Radon Mitigation Provider Examination
Before selecting your exam, please download and review this Test-taker Guide.
If you do not pass your exam the first time, you will be required to pay the exam fee again to retake the exam. You may not take an exam more than four times in a 12-month period. Once you pass an exam, you may not take it again unless your certification has been expired for two years.
* For NJ Licensing Exams see New Jersey DEP Radon Licensure Program.
All NRPP exams are now proctored remotely online through Examity.com’s live proctoring platform. Exam candidates will present their Government-issued photo ID, answer a security question and complete a biometric keystroke match. The Proctor will explain exam rules and instruct test-takers to perform a 360-degree room scan to confirm the workspace is free of any unauthorized materials. Exam sessions are recorded from start to finish and any suspicious behavior will be flagged. Once completed, the exam recording is audited for quality control before releasing the audio, video, and analytics to the NRPP for recordkeeping. Once audited, test-takers will receive their exam results via email within 48-72 hours.
NOTE: Review the Technical Requirements for taking your exam.
IMPORTANT: You will see if you achieved a passing score on your exam immediately upon completion. Once your exam results have been authenticated, you will receive an email with your official exam results (it may take 48 -72 hours to receive this email).
After Your Exam – Apply for Certification
After receiving your official exam results via email, you can apply here for NRPP Certification. Once your application is approved, you will receive a link to your Online Certification Portal, where you will submit your certification documentation, a photo and pay the fee.
Every 2 years you are required to renew your certification by completing the required CE credits and submitting any other additional information, such as device documentation. See How to Recertify