Request a Test Proctoring Appointment at the Library
- Proctoring requests must be made at least two weeks in advance and no more than two months in advance.
- All tests must be scheduled during the library’s operating hours and must be completed at least 30 minutes prior to closing.
- The library cannot guarantee a specific proctor. Test-takers might check in with one staff member and check out with another.
Please fill out the form below to request a test-proctoring session. If you have any questions, please reach out to library staff at email@example.com or call 715-839-5004.
Library staff are able to…
- Verify the test-taker’s ID.
- Secure the test-taker’s phone and other personal belongings.
- Enter any necessary proctor passwords or codes.
- Provide a reasonably quiet private study room.
- Provide Internet access and a laptop with a webcam.
- Monitor the session intermittently from outside the study room.
- Mail paper exams. Note: The test-taker or examining institution must provide the envelope and postage.
Library staff are not able to…
- Provide constant monitoring.
- Control noise or activity outside the study room.
- Modify computer settings.
- Guarantee the test-taker does not use unauthorized resources. Compliance is on the honor system.
- Sign any forms guaranteeing services the library is unable to provide.
The exam-taker is responsible for…
- Contacting the library if they need to cancel or reschedule a proctoring appointment.
- Scheduling all the sessions in a multi-session test.
- Verifying that the library’s proctoring services meet the examining institution’s requirements.
- Coordinating the transfer of the test from the examining institution to the library.
- Providing a valid photo ID and any other documentation the examining institution requires.
- Bringing all necessary supplies.
- Following the provided rules of the test on the honor system.
The examining institution is responsible for…
- Informing the test-taker of any test guidelines, instructions, and pre-test requirements.
- Verifying that the library’s proctoring practices meet their needs.
- Communicating with the library prior to the test to establish credibility and provide necessary instructions.