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BCCC offers test proctoring in the library. Distance learning instructors may require testing in a monitored environment and will notify their students if this is the preferred method of testing. To take a proctored test at BCCC, students should follow these guidelines:
There is a $20 (twenty dollar) per student per semester service fee for all-non- BCCC students. (Must be currently enrolled - Not applicable during COVID-19 pandemic).
The student is responsible for calling or emailing the library staff to set up a test appointment.
An appointment must be made 2 business days prior to taking the exam.
A photo ID is required. Testing will not be done without it.
Students must adhere to the rules set forth by the instructor regarding notes, calculators, etc.
Students must sign the BCCC Library Proctored Test Agreement.
Students must begin testing at least 2 hours prior to closing time.
All testing stops 1 hour before the library's posted closing time.
Staff reserves the right to limit proctoring on heavily scheduled days-do not wait until the last day to test-room may not be available.
Distance learning students from colleges outside of North Carolina are responsible for arranging for their proctored tests.
Submission of these forms is required for registering a proctored exam (one form is for instructors and one form is for students).
Students should make arrangements with instructors first before submitting a Proctored Test Agreement.