A proctor is a person who supervises the taking of an examination to assure that all rules are followed. Potential proctors must not be a supervisor, co-worker, related to the candidate, live at the same address as the candidate, or have a vested interest in the candidate’s results. (e.g., a center rehabilitation manager).
Acceptable proctors include, but are not limited to:
- Secondary level or higher public or private school teachers and/or administrators
- Private testing center personnel
- Notaries public
- Members of the clergy
Rules for Proctored Exam
- Electronic devices such as cell phones, pagers, bluetooth devices, voice recording devices, cameras, MP3 players, iPods, laptop computers, and tablets may not be used and must remain off during the examination.
- Only simple, nonprogrammable calculators are permitted. Cell phone calculators are prohibited.
- Questions concerning the content of the examination are not permitted during the examination session. The candidate should carefully read the instructions that are provided at the beginning of the examination session. The proctor will also review the examination instructions with the candidate.
- Candidates are not permitted to leave the testing room during proctored examinations unless urgent circumstances arise.
NOTE: For proctored examinations, the name submitted on your application must exactly match the name found on your current government-issued photo ID (e.g. driver’s license or passport).
Confirmation and further instructions will be sent within 3-5 business days once your application has been processed.
PO Box 3197 Eugene, OR 97403