Request for ProctorApproval 

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The Remote Proctor Approval Form for Summer 2018 opened on May 17, 2018 8:00 a.m. ET

Please read all the information below. The link to the actual form is at the bottom of this page.

*Your form must be submitted at least seven (7) business days prior to the start of your exam window or by the deadline below (unless stated otherwise) - Exceptions will not be made and r
equests will no longer be reviewed after the deadline.  


Semester Exams

Proctored Testing Windows

Submission Deadline

Proctored Midterms
1st 6-Week 'Summer A' Courses 05/30/2018 - 05/31/2018 05/23/18
 12-Week 'Summer C' Courses See Below See Below 
Window 1 06/25/2018 - 06/26/2018  06/14/2018
Window 2 06/27/2018 - 06/28/2018 06/14/2018
 2nd 6-Wk 'Summer B' Courses 07/11/2018 - 07/12/2018 07/02/2018
Proctored Finals
1st 6-week 'Summer A' courses 06/20/2018 - 06/21/2018 06/11/2018
 12-Week 'Summer C' Courses See Below See Below
 Window 1 07/30/2018 -07/31/2018 07/20/2018
 Window 2  08/01/2018 - 08/02/2018 07/20/2018
 2nd 6-Wk 'Summer B' Courses 08/01/2018 - 08/02/2018 07/20/2018

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All courses are assigned a specific testing window. Students must check their syllabus/calendar/course for specific testing dates and other important information. 
Review of submitted forms will begin on May 21, 2018
  • You must complete a request form for each proctored exam you wish to take remotely
  • Proctors located within the Miami-Dade County area will be automatically denied
  • Students who miss the posted deadline must take their proctored exam at an MDC Testing Center or via ProctorU.
  • Your request must be submitted at least seven (7) business days prior to the first day of the exam window (unless stated otherwise, as indicated in the table above – Exceptions will  NOT  be made.
  • Once approved, you will receive confirmation of approval
  • It is your responsibility to follow up on your request and ensure exam information has been sent

If you submit a form for a window with a deadline that has passed, it will be denied.
Your only other available options will be
to take your proctored exam(s)
at an MDC Testing Center or via ProctorU

 
 

The proctor can be a Testing Department/Center at a regionally accredited college or university (preferred), faculty members of regionally accredited colleges or universities, high school counselors and principals, human resources and educational training staff members, commercial testing centers such as Sylvan and Kaplan, and military educational officers. 

Proctors must have an institution/organization/company email address, as the Virtual College prohibits the sending of exam information and passwords to free or residential email address, including, but not limited to: aol.com, bellsouth.net, att.net, verizon.net, sprint.net, hotmail.com, gmail.com, yahoo.com, ymail.com, etc.

Your classmate, manager/supervisor, co-worker, relative, or friend is NOT a qualified proctor, and may NOT proctor your exams. 

Exams must be administered in an educational or professional environment, such as a classroom or the proctor's office. Any test proctored in a private residence will be deemed invalid. Virtual College proctored exams are computer exams; therefore, make sure that your proctor is able to administer computer-based exams. 

Be sure to provide accurate contact information for your proctor, as well as accurate course information. Inaccurate or incomplete information may lead to a delay in approval and may result in your request being denied. You must submit your request before the posted deadlines to allow enough time to approve your proctor. 

The MDC Virtual College will have final approval on proctor selection.

For questions or assistance, please contact the Virtual College Student Services Coordinator, Hector Noriega, at: 
305.237.3873 (direct line), 305.237.3800 (Student HelpDesk), or hnorieg1@mdc.edu



 

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