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Since you're the only one who have shared their experience in the NAATI CCL online exam, would like to seek for your opinion or advice.
You mentioned that they will check the 4 corners of the room where you are taking the exam. With this, if my door is slightly open because I'm planning to use a LAN cable for the internet connection, does this mean they won't allow it and the door must be fully closed?
Moreover, I suppose a living room is not appropriate for the test area right? Because I am after for the faster and reliable internet connection.
Hello Emma! With regards to the room, I am living in a small apartment wherein the living, kitchen, and dining area are all connected so I think there is no problem if you're taking the exam in your living room. I think what's more important is that you will be alone in the room where you'll be taking your exam in when you take it. The open door is tricky; I don't know what they will require about this, but what I'm certain is if there are other people in the other room and the invigilator hears them through your mic, they might ask for you to close it since there is a possibility of cheating.
In my opinion, if you've got normal reliable Wi-Fi from your internet connection that you usually use, there's no need to have your PC/laptop wired and risk to possibly incur an issue with your test. In addition, there will be a few minutes that you and the invigilator will talk about some stuff such as the rules and others before the exam proper, so there will be plenty of time for you and them to evaluate the space where you will be taking the exam, including the internet connection. You can ask them during this time if they can hear and see you clearly. Just my 2 cents. Of course you'll still be the one who will make the final decision about that.
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have further questions. Good luck!