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When you submit your application, you will be required to agree to:
1) Maintain professional conduct.
2) To hold the exam confidential.
3) To answer all application answers completely and accurately to the best of your knowledge.
4) Promise to abide by the Guiding Principles established by RMA for credit risk professionals.
If you cannot comply with the rules governing the exam or any information contained on the application, RMA must be informed within 60 calendar days of your non-compliance.
RMA retains the right to verify any information the applicant/recipient provides, including but not limited to all forms completed by the applicant, which will become the property of RMA.
The applicant/recipient will provide any supporting documentation or information requested by RMA. This will then become the property of RMA.
RMA retains the right to anonymous use of any information provided on all materials submitted both for the examination and for continuing education requirements. At RMA's discretion, this material may be anonymously used for public announcements.
The applicant/recipient acknowledges that RMA has instituted an appeals process, which is in place to resolve all certification-related disputes.
RMA, its staff, its consultants, and the Steering Committee are held harmless in all certification events, claims, and activities made by the applicant/recipient.
At the testing center, after you log in to the computer but before you begin the exam, you will be asked to accept the Non-Disclosure Agreement. This agreement must be accepted before you proceed to the examination questions.
All Credit Risk Certification materials are the sole and exclusive property of RMA, including the scenarios, questions, and answer keys. RMA will not release any of this material for any reason.
Results are kept confidential and will not be released unless directed by legal authority. Only those who have taken the test can request a copy of their results.