California RBS Training Course
Verify Your Information
Thank you for choosing Craft Serving for your RBS Training Course. It appears that some of the information you provided us did not match what the ABC has on record for you. This means that you currently do not have access to take your final exam on the ABC’s online portal.
Don’t worry though, we developed the following form so you can easily update your information and resubmit it to the ABC. Once you have successfully resubmitted your information, you will have access to take your final exam on the ABC’s online portal.
Please review your Last Name and Server ID as they are listed on the ABC’s online portal and enter them in the form below. Your information must exactly match the Last Name and Server ID Number on record with the ABC. This includes matching any capitalization, hyphenation, and/or spacing.
Frequently Asked Questions
WHY HAVEN’T I BEEN GRANTED ACCESS TO TAKE THE ABC’S FINAL EXAM?
If the Last Name and Server ID Number you provided us do not exactly match the Last Name and Server ID Number on record with the ABC, you will not be granted access to take the final exam.
In order to gain access to the final exam, you will have to verify your information on the ABC’s online portal and update it in the form above.
HOW DO I VERIFY MY INFORMATION ON THE ABC's ONLINE PORTAL?
To verify your information, please log in to your account on the ABC’s online portal and then click “Dashboard.” This is where you will find both your Last Name (at the top) and your Server ID Number (located in the Server Certificate Details section). Below is an example of what you should see.
Once you have this information, please enter it in the form above and click submit. If the information is transmitted successfully, you will receive a confirmation message. After which, you can return to the ABC’s online portal to take your final exam.
MY INFORMATION WAS SUBMITTED SUCCESSFULLY, NOW WHAT?
Congratulations, if you received a confirmation message indicating that your information was successfully submitted to the ABC, then you should now have access to your final exam on the ABC’s online portal.
Here is some information about the final exam that you might find helpful.
The ABC’s final exam consists of 50 randomly generated questions. You must score 70% or higher to pass; this equates to 35 correct answers out of 50. The exam is an open note, open-book test with no time limit. You can also leave and return to the exam as many times as needed. That means, if you run into a tricky question, just head back to our course and look for the answer. In order to help ensure students pass the final exam, Craft Serving’s course content was written and developed with the ABC’s final exam questions in mind. Here are a couple of hot tips! 😉
- Our course teaches to the final exam as much as possible and oftentimes, bolded sections pertain to information that will be covered in the exam.
- Craft Serving provides all its students with a free Practice Test. The questions on the practice test are very similar to the questions on the ABC’s exam, so it’s a great way to prepare for the final exam.
WHAT DO I DO IF I RECEIVED A SERVER VERIFICATION FAILED MESSAGE?
If you resubmitted your information and received a server verification failed message, then the Server ID Number and Last Name you entered still do not match what the ABC has on record for you. Please review your information again closely and try resubmitting it. Remember, the Last Name and Server ID Number you enter need to exactly match the Last Name and Server ID Number on record with the ABC.
Here are a couple of troubleshooting suggestions:
- Which nine-digit number is it?
Your Server ID Number is a nine-digit number that currently starts with “312.”
During your registration with the ABC, you may have come across an Application ID, a Training Program ID and a Tracking ID that are also nine-digits and start with “312.” These are not to be confused with your Server ID Number. Super confusing we know!
- The trouble with last names.
Some people have two last names, but they provide us with one name and the ABC with both or vice versa.
Alternatively, some people have a suffix after their last name and they forget to provide it to us, but remember to provide it to the ABC.
These kinds of discrepancies can cause transmission errors.
If you believe you have entered your information correctly and continue to receive the server verification failed message, please contact us and one of our customer service representatives would be happy to assist you.