Proctoring Certification Exams
Proctoring for certification exams is an essential component to ensure exam integrity and fairness. Proctoring refers to the process of supervising and monitoring test-takers during their certification exams. It involves verifying the identity of the examinees, ensuring a controlled testing environment, and preventing any unauthorized assistance or cheating.
Proctoring methods can vary depending on the delivery mode of the exam, such as in-person proctoring for on-site testing or online proctoring for remote exams. Online proctoring utilizes advanced technology to monitor test-takers remotely, including video surveillance through Microsoft Teams, Zoom or any web conferencing software. This comprehensive proctoring approach ensures that Certiport’s exams maintain their credibility and validity, providing reliable certification results for individuals seeking to showcase their skills and knowledge. These exams are offered around the world and rely on the proctors commitment to exam integrity.
- Anyone in your organization can be a proctor. They will sign a proctor agreement ensuring the safety and integrity of the exams.
- You can employ students to proctor your exams as well.
- When creating a Certiport account, you have the option to be added as a proctor.
- There is a copy of the agreement in the Certiport account.
- There are roles within the Certiport Testing Center account which can provide different levels of access.
- If you employ student proctors, you can restrict all access to the testing center (so they will not see student results), and you can turn their ability to proctor on and off.