Exam Proctoring

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Proctoring for exams taken by distance learners can be done at the Library by setting up an appointment with the Library Director within the following guidelines:

  • Proctoring is a free service.
  • A minimum of one-week advance notice is required. In addition, all test taking requirements must be received from the issuing educational institution before any tests are taken.
  • Exams will be scheduled during normal library hours of service.

Proctoring consists of:

  • Checking identification of student taking the exam.
  • Noting the time that an exam was started and completed in the Library.
  • Signing the required school supplied documentation.
  • Examinations will be taken in a quiet area of the library.
  • The exam proctor is the library director.
  • The Library cannot proctor online exams that require public access computer settings to be modified.
  • The Library does not keep copies of completed exams.

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