FAQs: Proctored Exams

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Who can be my McKissock exam proctor?

Some courses require you to take proctored exams to count toward your course credits. A proctor is an approved person that administers an exam and upholds the integrity the exam-taking process.

Examples of people who could serve as a proctor would be librarians, teachers, police officers, community volunteers, religious leaders, or someone who works in the public service industry.

Ineligible proctors would be family, your supervisor, a co-worker, or someone with whom you intend to be employed.

The important thing to remember about a proctor is to choose someone who does not have a vested interest in whether or not you pass the exam.  If audited, you would not want your proctor choice to stand between you and your career.

Learn how to obtain your proctored exam.

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