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Proctoring Center

What is a Proctored Exam?

Proctored exams are examinations taken under the supervision of a proctor who verifies picture identification & monitors the exam period.

Free test proctoring services are available only to KCTCS students enrolled in a KCTCS academic online course. Other students must contact Beth Moore (beth.moore@kctcs.edu) to request testing services.

  • The MCC Proctoring Center is located in room 130 of the Joe C. Davis building, North Campus. 
  • Students must provide current picture I.D. to test.

How Should I Schedule?

Important: Available testing dates for the Fall 2014 semester will be posted soon.
Please check back later for specifics.


Where Will I Take My Exam?

Location

North Campus (Madisonville, Ky) | Joe C. Davis Building | Room 130 (Please note: alternate rooms may be used for testing)


REQUIRED INFORMATION

  • Verify with instructor (in class syllabus) all test requirements and restrictions.
  • Follow KCTCS Assessment Center rules and procedures while at center. The KCTCS Student Code of Conduct will apply at all times.
  • Communicate only with test proctor during exam—no talking is allowed otherwise.
  • Bring only allowed materials (per the instructor) to test center. If other items are brought, they will be stored on the floor per the test proctor. Cell phones will be turned off in presence of proctor and stored with non-allowed items.
  • Do not bring food, drink, or any form of tobacco.
  • No guests or children during test proctoring. MCC cannot assume liability or responsibility for minors.
  • Leaving the test is only allowed for a bathroom break, which will be documented and reported to class instructor.

Please read the following KCTCS STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES before scheduling.


Please Note

  • For consideration of testing students Proctor Center incoming phone calls will not be accepted during testing periods. Please email your questions to Beth Moore beth.moore@kctcs.edu.
  • For Inclement Weather: Check MCC website or appropriate media outlets for college closings.