You may be required to provide a supplemental ID document if:
- the test administrator questions your primary ID document
- your primary ID document is otherwise acceptable but doesn’t bear your first and last name, photograph or signature
If you can’t provide a supplemental ID that contains your signature, you may present two government-issued IDs with photographs as long as they’re in the same name you used when you registered.
You cannot use supplemental ID documents to resolve name discrepancies. The first and last name on your primary ID must match (excluding accents) the name you used when you registered for the test.
The following ID documents are generally acceptable as supplemental ID:
- Government-issued ID card (including, but not limited to, those listed under Primary ID Documents)
- Student ID card
- Confirmation of identity letter from your educational institution. Such letters are valid for only 1 year from the date issued. The letter must:
- be typed or printed on the original letterhead of the educational institution you attend(ed)
- meet all of the ID Document requirements
- include your date of birth and the date issued
- include a school official's signature and the school seal, and both must overlap your photograph, as shown below.