A proctored examination is an exam in which you must come to a testing center where a person checks your identity and then allows you to take the exam under supervision.
IMPORTANT: All East Central Full-Term provided MSVCC courses require two proctored examinations, typically the mid-term and final exam. All East Central TERM I/TERM II/Summer MSVCC provided courses requires one proctored exam, typically the final exam. Your proctored examinations will account for 35% of your weighted total for MSVCC courses. Proctored exams may be in the form of computerized Canvas tests or paper tests. All MSVCC testing centers have specific days and times for testing. It is the student's responsibility to make an appointment with an official testing center within their examination date range. Proctored examinations will not be administered after the due date.
Students who live out-of-state or will be out-of-state during a required proctored examination should contact Kellie Penson at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding off-campus testing options. Arrangements should be made 10 business days prior to the proctored examination due date.
Testing Services for Non-EC/Non-MSVCC Students
East Central Community College is proud to offer proctoring services, for a small fee, to students who need to take examinations in a proctored environment but are not currently East Central Community College/MSVCC enrollees. To take advantage of this service, please complete the Application for Testing Services form.
eLearning Proctored Examination Procedures
**Effective Summer 2015, proctored examinations
must be scheduled via Canvas. **
Please view the video below on
Scheduling a Proctored Examination in Canvas