To obtain an Appraisal license or upgrade to a higher license level you are required to take and pass a proctored final examination. A proctor is an approved person that administers an exam and upholds the integrity the exam-taking process. Students must take their proctored course final exam within 3 months (90 days) of completing their course chapters.
Since you are taking an online class – your exam is taken online using a proctor. Exceptions are AR, GA, IL, & NY only. Before you may access your online exam you will need to do the following:
- Find a qualified proctor who will be available to proctor your exam in person on a computer, and monitor you during the entire examination
- Have the proctor register to proctor exams with McKissock – click HERE.
- Schedule a time with your proctor to take your online exam. You will need access to a computer with internet as you will need to login to your McKissock course online to access the proctored final exam.
Once your proctor has been chosen, is registered with McKissock, and an exam date is scheduled, you will proceed to your student dashboard to take your proctored final exam.
Exceptions are the states of:
- Arkansas & New York where pre-approved proctors must be used. See the section “proctor lists” below for information on these requirements. Arkansas students must take a paper exam so that proctor locations can be verified.
- Georgia & Illinois do not allow E-proctored exams. Exams must be taken on paper.
You can view the full proctor policy HERE.