(1) Counselors and social workers shall administer tests under the same conditions that were established in their standardization. When tests are not administered under standard conditions or when unusual behavior or irregularities occur during the testing session, those conditions shall be noted in interpretation and the results may be designated as invalid or of questionable validity.
(2) Counselors and social workers shall be responsible for ensuring that assessment administration programs function properly to provide clients with accurate results when computer or other electronic methods are used for test administration.
(3) Counselors and social workers shall not permit unsupervised or inadequately supervised use of tests or assessments, unless the tests or assessments are designed, intended, and validated for self-administration and/or scoring.
(4) Prior to test administration, conditions that produce most favorable test results shall be made known to the examinee.