Please review the new and updated proctor information.All student mid-term exams and final exams must be completed under proctored conditions to ensure academic integrity. Excel High School utilizes digital remote proctoring.
What does a proctor do?A proctor is someone who witnesses a test taker complete their exam to ensure that no cheating takes place. The proctor will watch for any exam violations that may take place during the test and report any infractions to the institution for further review. Excel High School and College takes academic integrity very serious. We have taken reasonable steps to ensure that test takers are maintaining honesty throughout the test taking process. We offer an affordable and flexible online proctoring solution.
Policies and ProceduresExcel High School & College uses Remote Proctor NOW for midterm and final exams.
One very important component of any online diploma or degree program is to maintain the integrity of the learning process and measureable outcomes. In times past, students would need to recruit their own proctor and physically go to a testing center to have their tests monitored. Thanks to Remote Proctor NOW, students have the convenience and flexibility of online proctoring from home. Online proctoring is simple to use and ensures academic integrity for all exams. Students simply login to their test and follow the simple steps to confirm identity, before taking their online exam. All exams are then recorded for review by a certified proctor specialist. The proctoring software records both the screen and the surroundings of the test taker via webcam.
Remote Proctor NOW is a cloud-based (SaaS) solution for secure online examination delivery. Using a standard computer webcam with a high speed internet connection, students now have the ability to take a proctored exam online affordably – anytime, anywhere.
Built to protect exam integrity, Remote Proctor NOW authenticates the identity of the test taker and captures the entire exam session which is later reviewed by certified proctors.
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