ITV and Large Class Proctoring
Testing Services offers proctoring in Victoria and Katy for faculty who teach ITV courses or need assistance with large class testing sessions.
Testing Services' trained proctors strictly adhere to NCTA's proctoring guidelines and best practices.
Students must show the proctor a valid ID before testing; cannot be given extra time to test (if students show up late to the exam); will not bring cell phones or electronic communication devices in the testing room. Students who do will be asked to silence the device immediately and the incident will be reported to instructors.
To request a proctor for an ITV course or large class testing session in Victoria or Katy, please complete the online form and submit it at least seven (7) business days before the exam date. During peak times (midterms and finals), flexibility on time and/or day of test may be required (see Testing Policies and Procedures below).
Testing Services staff will contact you within one business day, either by email or by phone, regarding your request.
Testing Policies and Procedures
- Requests for proctors for students with disabilities, makeup exams, ITV classes, or large class administrations must be made at least seven (7) business days in advance of the test date. Proctors are not guaranteed for requests made six or fewer days before the date of the test, although every effort will be made to find a proctor.
- Faculty must use either the Testing Referral Form or online form in order to request a proctor or testing appointment. Other types of requests will not be treated as official requests.
- Flexibility on time and/or day of the test may be required during peak times (midterms and finals).
- The Testing Center does not proctor regularly scheduled exams (including midterms or finals) unless they are ITV exams or the instructor needs additional help with a large administration.
Cell phones, watches and other electronic communication or photographic devices are prohibited in testing rooms. Possession or use of cell phones or other devices may result in your dismissal from the testing room and the voiding of your test score. If you're taking a standardized test (e.g., TExES/ExCET, MAT, or BTLPT), please read your admission ticket and other registration materials carefully.
Questions and Contact Information:
Please visit our contact us page.
Note: Consult your admission ticket to learn the location of your exam.