About proctored exams

In a credit-eligible course, you might have to take one or more proctored exams. Proctored exams are exams with time limits that you complete while online proctoring software monitors your computer.

Proctored exams are required only if you are enrolled in the verified track for your course. If you are not in the verified track, you take an equivalent exam, or the same exam, without proctoring.

To learn more, see How do proctored exams work? and other articles in Taking Timed and Proctored Exams.


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