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FAQs: Proctored Exams

  • Does my proctor have to sign/verify documentation after completing the exam?

    Proctors must be in your presence during the entire duration of the exam process.  At the end of the exam, the proctor must provide their contact information and the address of the location where the exam was taken. Before and after the exam the proctor must attest to the following statements. They are a… More

  • How many attempts do I get to take my proctored exam?

    The number of exam attempts is regulated by the local appraisal board so it varies by state requirement and license type. Most states allow 3 attempts at each proctored final exam, but some states limit attempts to 2. Each course specifies the number of exam attempts in the course before the final exam.   Students… More

  • What is the test format for my proctored exam?

      All Appraisal final proctored exams consist of multiple-choice questions.  The number of questions varies depending upon the course.  All proctored exams have time limits, which vary depending upon the length of the course (longer courses allow longer times for proctored exams).  15-hr courses – 1 hour (except Commercial Appraisal Review and Expert Witness… More

  • Does McKissock provide a list of approved proctors?

    Arkansas and New York require students use a proctor from a preapproved list. All other states allow students to locate their own qualified proctors.   Click HERE to see the Arkansas list of proctor locations.  Click HERE to see the New York list of approved proctor locations. For the remainder of the states, McKissock can… More

  • Why does my course require a proctored exam?

    Proctored final exams are required by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) for all courses used to obtain an Appraisal license or upgrade to a higher license level.  A proctor is a qualified person that administers an exam and upholds the integrity of the exam-taking process.  You can view the full proctor policies below: Livestream… More

  • Who can be my McKissock exam proctor?

    A proctor is a qualified person that administers an exam and upholds the integrity of the exam-taking process. Students in every state except KY, and NY have the option to use our online proctoring partner or to find their own in-person proctor. Students in KY may only use in-person proctors. Students in AR and… More

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