Proctored Exams - Instructors

Proctored Exams - Instructors

If your course has proctored exams, your syllabus should explain when the exams must be taken and any other relevant information. A proctored exam is overseen by an impartial individual known as a proctor who monitors the student while he or she takes the exam. The proctor ensures the security and integrity of the exam process. Proctored exams may be done at one of the following and must be approved by you:
  • The CCSNH college offering the course or any other CCSNH college (at no charge)
  • Testing centers at two or four-year colleges and universities
  • Commercial learning/tutoring centers
  • Military education offices worldwide*
  • Corporate education centers*
  • County/state fire training academies*
  • NCOIC or OIC for military students (This applies to students overseas.  All stateside military students should use local Education Offices)

Unacceptable Proctors and Locations include:

  • Relatives
  • Friends
  • Neighbors
  • Co-workers
  • Private residences
  • Places of worship
  • Other CCSNH Students
  • Cohabitants
  • K–12 public and private schools

 Sometimes a Testing Center will charge a fee for test taking, which is the student's expense.