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Which states allow/require E-proctoring vs. paper exam?

Most states allow students to choose the method they wish to take their proctored course final exam.  Some states have exceptions and require or prohibit either online or paper exams.  You can view the specific requirements on the state requirements page on our website.

Here is a list of exceptions:

  • Arkansas appraisal license or upgrade – does not allow E-proctored exams.  Exams must be taken on paper as Arkansas requires exam be taken ONLY at pre-approved locations.
  • Florida appraisal license or upgrade – does not allow paper exams.  All proctored exams must be taken online through the E-proctor system.
  • Georgia appraisal license or upgrade – does not allow E-proctored exams.  Exams must be taken on paper.
  • Illinois appraisal license or upgrade – does not allow E-proctored exams.  Exams must be taken on paper.

You can view the full proctor policy and all asoociated FAQs on proctoring HERE.

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