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What is a proctored exam?
A proctored exam is one that is overseen by an impartial individual (called a proctor) who monitors or supervises a student while he or she is taking an exam. The proctor ensures the security and integrity of the exam process.
Who is an acceptable proctor?
Students unable to take their exams at WIU's Macomb or Quad Cities campuses should arrange for an acceptable proctor to conduct the examination and are responsible for fees assessed and postage to return the exam. The following are acceptable proctors:
• Testing center personnel at community colleges and universities
• School superintendents and high school principals and counselors
• Education officers of military personnel
• A Library that provides proctoring services
Finding a Proctor in Your Region
To find a proctor in your area, click on the Proctor Map. If you can't find a suitable proctor in your area, please contact the Testing Center at 309/298-2496 for assistance.
Map Viewing Instructions:
Scroll the map to a location to find a proctor in your area. Use the map's zoom and click a "pin" to find information about the proctor nearest you.