Remote Proctoring

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Live Real-Time Proctoring
In Real-Time Proctoring, an experienced proctor
invigilates the candidates’ activities and monitors
audio, video and screenshare feeds in real-time.
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Record & Review​
The Record & Review option allows more time flexibility since
there is no live proctor involved. The entire test session is
recorded with the same streams as in live proctoring and
these can be accessed from dashboards and downloaded
or requested as necessary.
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Automated Incident Flagging
Test-takers are monitored by an AI platform, where suspicious
behaviours, such as changes in lighting, unusual noises and
looking off screen are consistently flagged automatically,
so that these can be reviewed afterwards by professional human proctors.
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Live Real Time Proctoring

In Real-Time Proctoring, an experienced proctor invigilates the candidates’ activities and monitors audio, video and screenshare feeds in real-time. With this option, the proctoring service provider requires an individual to sit in a remote location to monitor students’ activities, ensuring student authentication, and preventing any irregular activity. Proctors can communicate with candidates via a chat box and issue time-stamped flags for reports.

Live supervision

Live chat

Active intervention

Fixed exam time 

6-8 candidates per proctor

500 candidates per session 

Integration feasibility

Record & Review

The Record & Review option allows more time flexibility since there is no live proctor involved. The entire test session is recorded with the same streams as in live proctoring and these can be accessed from dashboards and downloaded or requested as necessary. The proctor reviews the recorded test, plays back, fast-forwards (up to 8x speeds), and then flags any dubious activity using time-stamped annotations. This system allows many exams to be conducted simultaneously, unlike live proctoring.

Post-exam review

Session review

Browser lockdown

Fixed exam time 

∞ candidates per proctor

2500 candidates per session

Integration feasibility

Automated Incident Flagging

Test-takers are monitored by an AI platform, where suspicious behaviours, such as changes in lighting, unusual noises and looking off screen are consistently flagged automatically, so that these can be reviewed afterwards by professional human proctors. Here as well, the audio, video and screenshare feeds of the examinees are recorded during the test.

Post-exam review

Session review

Browser lockdown

Fixed exam time 

∞ candidates per proctor

8000 candidates per session 

Integration feasibility

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