Proctor U Basics
This guide will explain the basics about taking exams online in Proctor U, including what to expect when testing, information about fees and policies, and technical requirements.
Additional information can be found on the Test Taker support page on the Proctor U website.
Proctor U uses live remote proctors to monitor students while taking online exams. The proctor will verify student's identity and help secure the student's test taking environment prior to starting the exam. The exam timer will only begin once the student has been given access to the exams. The startup process does not impact the exam time limit.
Exam proctoring fees are the student's responsibility. Pricing is based on the length of the exam and how far in advance of the student's testing time the student schedules. In general, students should schedule their exams at least 72 hours in advance of the time students wish to take the exam.
|Exam Duration||72 or more hours before testing||2 - 72 hours||Within 2 hours|
|30 minutes or less||$8.75||$13.75||$16.75|
|31 to 60 minutes||$17.50||$22.50||$25.50|
|61 to 120 minutes||$25.00||$30.00||$33.00|
|121 to 180 minutes||$33.75||$38.75||$41.75|
|181 minutes or longer||$42.50||$47.50||$50.50|
Prices listed are in United States Dollars and are subject to change. Prices are set by Proctor U, not the University of Toledo.
Here is an overview of the system requirements for Proctor U:
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- Test takers can use Proctor U's system test to verify if their configuration will work with Proctor
At this time, ProctorU only supports Mac and PC computers with the following operating systems:
- Minimum OS: Windows 8
- Recommended OS: Windows 10 (10 S mode is not supported)
- Minimum OS: MacOS 10.13 or higher
- Recommended OS: MacOS 10.15
Memory and CPU
- More than 2 core CPU
- Less than 85% CPU Usage
- 8 Gb Memory
- 1mbps upload and download speeds. WiFi and Ethernet supported.
- A webcam and microphone are required.
- Virtual machines are not permitted for testing.