All test takers in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan MUST use valid passports as their ID documents.
If the test administrator has any concerns about the primary ID document, you will be required to present an acceptable secondary ID from the list of acceptable secondary ID requirements. If your primary identification is missing either a photograph or a signature, you must present one of the following secondary IDs in addition to your primary ID. The secondary ID must contain a recent, recognizable photograph and your signature, and cannot be expired. Secondary IDs that can be used to meet the photograph and/or signature requirements are:
- A government-issued ID document including, but not limited to, passport, driver’s license, state ID cards, national identification, or military identification. (There are exceptions: see Unacceptable Identification Documents.)
- Student ID
- Confirmation of identity letter from your educational institution. The letter must contain
- your name
- your date of birth
- a recent, recognizable photograph
- your signature
- the name of your school
- the date issued.
Your confirmation of identity letter must be typed on the original letterhead of the educational institution you attend(ed), and the signature of the school official and the school seal must overlap your photograph. A letter of identity is valid for only one year after the date issued.