Proctored exams are a part of ensuring academic honesty.
What is a "proctored exam"?
An exam where the test taker is first validated as the same person taking the course and the test environment is monitored to ensure that it is secure and no dishonesty occurs.
A final exam that is locked and proctored, so the exam password is always entered by a proctor or school official.
An exam taken in one sitting; , there are no bathroom or other breaks.
You will receive information about permitted materials for the final exam in the last unit before the final. No other materials will be permitted during the final exam testing.
You have two proctoring options:
To schedule and have the test unlocked you may click on the "ProctorU" link in the left side navigation area (no registration required);or you may register through ProctorU - www.proctoru.com/oakschristian
Please allow at least 72 hours to schedule either the online or on-campus exam time, as spaces fill up quickly. You will be able to register for your final exam approximately 3 weeks before the end of the semester. Tests may be reserved with less than 72 hours notice, but these tests are subject to availability and extra fees that are the student’s responsibility. You will need a school or other photo id, webcam and a microphone in order to do the online test. Specific instructions for using ProctorU can be found in the online Question and Answer document, once you have logged in.
- Written by Jeff Ogne