No, we do not yet have enough information to provide such a guide.
There are several things you can do to prepare for the exam.
No. in fact you may not bring any electronic device into the examination room. Any calculations are based on simple arithmetic that you can do by hand.
The exam is a multiple-choice format.
The exam will be graded on a curve. This means that approximately 30% of those taking the exam will not pass.
You will need to sign up for the exam, but your pre-requisite status will remain the same. You do not need to re-submit your documentation.
Yes, that can be arranged for most cities: contact ALCAS (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss this matter.
Sorry, there is no way to assure the integrity of an un-proctored exam. Only in-person tests can be administered.
Your certification is good for three years. You need to submit documentation to show continuing education credits to remain certified. See the recertification process on the lcacenter.org website.