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3.4. Proctored Exams

Proctored Exams

The use of proctors for the mid-term and final exam is determined by the course developer. The instructor's role is to support students as they set up proctoring options. There are three possible paths for students to secure proctoring for exams:

Instructors can help students by reminding them well in advance of proctored events. Likewise, students should notify the instructor of the proctoring option selected. Virtual proctoring can be used with all TN eCampus courses, including accelerated courses. If students will not be proctored through a TBR site, test information must be sent to the proctor in advance of the exam. Using a TBR site or using virtual proctoring are the preferred methods.

Virtual Proctoring Instructor Set-Up

Instructors should work with the course developers to set up proctoring in their courses. Course developers may create test rules to customize the test experience just like they would in the classroom. For example, course developers may determine the length of the exam and create specific rules for test-takers. The rules page also enables course developers and instructors to assign unique accommodations, such as extended time allowances for specific test-takers.

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