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Proctor Exams FAQ

 

What is a proctored exam?

A proctored exam is one that is taken under supervision. According to MACC’s policy, a proctored exam must be taken at one of our MACC locations or by a pre-approved professional (approved only if you live more than 30 miles from one of our locations).

Will I be allowed in if I show up late?

Please plan to arrive 10 minutes early to allow for the check-in process.
Students arriving late

  • May not be allowed test, OR
  • May be allowed to test, but will not be guaranteed the full exam time

This is left to the discretion of the proctor

Can I just show up for a proctored exam?

No – a proctored exam must be scheduled in advance.

How do I schedule my proctored exam at an MACC site?

You must go to RegisterBlast, MACC’s online scheduling site. Click the following link, http://www.macc.edu/proctored-exam-information. Next, you will hover over Proctored Exam Information, then click Register.

Students will follow a link they are given to choose the location, date, and time of the exam.

  • You will register.
  • You will then automatically receive a confirmation email for the system.
  • You will also receive an automatically generated reminder email a day or two before your exam.

If you experience problems or do not receive the confirmation email, please contact the office of Instructional Technology by phone at 660-263-4100 ex 11395 or 11525.

Are there sign up deadlines when using RegisterBlast?

There is a 24 hours before exam day deadline when using RegisterBlast. You can also sign up until the time of the exam, as long as there is seating available by calling 660-263-4100 Ext 11395.

Please keep in mind seats fill quickly. To ensure a better chance of the time of your choice, plan to register within the first two weeks of class.

What if I am a high school student taking a Dual Enrolled (regular online) course?

You will need to fill out a Non-MACC Proctor Application. Most Dual Enrolled students have a counselor or teacher from their school proctor the exams. MACC will contact the proctor to be sure the student has made arrangements with the proctor, and to confirm the proctors email address.

To complete the application form, go to http://www.macc.edu/macc-online-home. Hover over Proctored Exam Information, then click on Non-MACC Proctor Application. You will then download the document.

Students will need to fill out the entire application ensuring the proctor name and contact information are correct.

Save the document.

Email the document to , or fax to 660-263-0253

What if I am a high school student taking a Dual Credit Online (DCON) course?

There is no need for you to fill out the Non-MACC Proctor Application. Your high school will assign a proctor.

What if I am a Home-School student:

You will need to fill out a Non-MACC Proctor Application. The proctor must meet MACC requirements. Requirements are found at the bottom of the FAQ page. To complete the application form, go to http://www.macc.edu/macc-online-home. Hover over Proctored Exam Information, then click on Non-MACC Proctor Application. You will then download the document.

Students will need to fill out the entire application ensuring the proctor name and contact information are correct.

Save the document.

Email the document to , or fax to 660-263-0253

What if I am a student at JWCC?

A: Call the JWCC Testing Center to set up your testing time.

What if I live more than 30 miles from an MACC site?

You can request a specific person as a proctor, as long as they meet MACC requirements. Requirements are found at the bottom of the FAQ page. To complete the application form, go to http://www.macc.edu/macc-online-home. Hover over Proctored Exam Information, then click on Non-MACC Proctor Application. You will then download the document.

Students will need to fill out the entire application ensuring the proctor name and contact information are correct.

  • MACC must contact the proctor before any exam information is sent out.
  • In the event that MACC cannot contact the proctor, the Instructional Technology Office will call or email you for corrected information.

Save the document.

  • Save the document with the title “Proctor Application, Name, Class”, (example: Proctor Application, Suzie Smith, MTH140)

Email the document to , fax to 660-263-0253, or send by US mail to:

Instructional Technology
Attn: Proctor
Moberly Area Community College
101 College Avenue
Moberly, MO 65270

To ensure time to process your request, we must receive the completed application no later than 7 business days prior to the start of the exam date range (i.e. if the exam date range begins May 10, the application must be in our office no later than May 1.

Please note that MACC will contact the requested proctor to verify their eligibility and MACC does reserve the right to deny proctor requests.

You will receive notification regarding your proctor request via your MACC email address.

What is an example of an acceptable Non-MACC proctor?

Testing or resource center personnel; public or school librarians; school officials such as counselors, teachers or administrators; are examples of acceptable Non-MACC proctors. Proctor must have a professional email address (no yahoo, gmail, or similar accounts), must be a working professional at the exam administration site, and must have access to a scanner or fax machine.

  • Proctor cannot be related to the student
  • Proctor cannot work with the student
  • Proctor cannot be a current MACC student
  • Proctor cannot share access codes with students or other prospective proctors
  • Students may not use any personal electronic devices
  • Proctor must be available to be contacted by phone before approval is given
  • Proctor must be in the testing room with the student at all times during the exam
  • Proctor must agree to follow instructor testing stipulations

What do I need to bring to my proctored exam?

Your instructor will give you specific instructions regarding your exam. However, you must bring a picture ID (MACC ID, driver’s license, or passport) and MACC/CANVAS login. You may not have your cell phone or any other electronic device (this includes smart watches) out while you are testing (unless approved by instructor).

 

Non-MACC Student Proctor Exam FAQs

Is There a Fee for Proctoring Services to non-MACC Students?

MACC staff offers proctoring services to non-MACC students with a flat rate charge per exam. There is a $20.00 charge for exams up to 2 hours. There will be a charge of $10.00 for each additional hour. Two exams scheduled the same day will be charged separately.
MACC does not charge students attending another Missouri community college, MACC graduates, active duty military service personnel, or veterans.
Proctoring is arranged on an appointment basis only. At least one week is needed to confirm a test date. During MACC peak testing periods, there may be limited availability. Interested students should contact and enter “Proctoring” in the subject line.
The student shall pay the Business Office at their testing location prior to test time. A receipt will need to be presented to the proctor at test time.

What do I need to bring to my proctored exam?

Your instructor will give you specific instructions regarding your exam. However, you must bring a picture ID (your school ID) and driver’s license, or passport as well as your class login.

 

For questions please call or email
660-263-4100 Ext 11395

Ask for Lisa Price