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Faculty Proctor Form

Motlow Testing Services offers several options for faculty to request specialized proctoring services. Request a proctor in advance of the desired date to allow time for testing staff to plan appropriately.

Proctoring Services for Students with Testing Accommodations

Motlow State Community College is dedicated to supporting students with approved accommodations in the testing locations across our campuses. Students who wish to utilize testing accommodations should schedule exam appointments by contacting staff at the Disability Services Office. Testing Services staff will work with Disability Services staff to provide the necessary accommodations during the exam.

Generally, approved testing accommodations may consist of extended time for an exam, a reader/scribe for the exam or a reduced distraction environment. To receive these accommodations or any other identified accommodations, a student must have registered with the Disability Services Office and have an individualized accommodation plan.

General Guidelines for Faculty

  • Students with approved accommodations should schedule exam appointments as soon as test dates are known. Available space must be reserved in a testing room at least 24 hours before the expected test date
  • Available appointments at each campus testing area may vary
  • To schedule a testing appointment at Moore County, McMinnville or Fayetteville campuses, students should contact Disability Services staff at 931-393-1765
  • To schedule a testing appointment at the Smyrna campus, students should contact Disability Services staff at 615-220-7857
  • Disability Services staff will notify the instructor of the student's scheduled appointment and request testing information

EMT and NREMT Proctoring Services

Motlow State Community College is an authorized Pearson Vue Testing Center for EMT and NREMT exams. Students schedule exam appointments and pay exam fees through the Pearson Vue website. Exams are administered at the Moore County Testing Center in the Crouch building.

General Guidelines for Faculty

  • A testing schedule is updated annually per Pearson Vue standards and based upon Motlow semester schedules.
  • Requests for additional testing date(s) should be submitted to the Moore County Testing Center at least 4 weeks prior to desired test date(s).
  • To request specific dates for exam administration, please contact the Moore County Testing Center at [email protected] or (931) 393-1763.
  • Availability of test date options may be limited during times of the year due to periods of high volume in testing services.

ITV Proctoring Services for Faculty

Proctoring services for ITV exams may typically be available upon request to the Testing Center based on available proctors. As the pandemic continues to impact some testing services, ITV proctoring may not be available at this time.

Please continue to check our webpage for updates as availability for this service may change.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with our testing center at (931) 393-1763 or [email protected].

Make Up Test Proctor Request Form

General Guidelines for Faculty

  • Students must use the online test registration system to schedule an individual appointment for a makeup exam on the Testing Center's website. Students are advised to send a copy of the appointment confirmation to the instructor.
  • Faculty should include detailed instructions about test administration and/or delivery when completing Makeup Test Proctor Test Request Form.
  • Faculty are required to provide all testing materials (materials allowed, answer sheet, scantron sheet, blue book, etc.) for each test.
  • The Testing Center must have all testing materials on or before the makeup test date. If testing materials and instructions for administration of test is not received by the time of the testing appointment, the student may be advised to reschedule the exam and consult with the instructor for further guidance.
  • Complete and submit the form below.
  • Exams must be submitted to the Testing Center 36 to 48 hours before the test date.
  • Direct students to schedule an appointment online at the Testing Center's website to take test. We are unable to accommodate walk-in appointments.
Online Class
Campus
Testing Instructions
Specific Allowances
Test Administration
Return Completed Exam
Only enter information here if Campus mail was chosen
Only enter information here if Scan and Email was chosen
Only enter information here if Scan and Email was chosen
Please choose location for pick-up
Only enter information here if Pickup at Testing Center was chosen
 

Online Test Proctor Request Form

Motlow students can utilize the testing center locations at Moore County, Smyrna, McMinnville and Fayetteville for proctored exams for Motlow online classes. It is the responsibility of the student to notify the instructor of the testing appointment.

General Guidelines for Faculty

  • Students must use the online test registration system to schedule an individual appointment for a online exam on the Testing Center's website. Students are advised to send a copy of the appointment confirmation to the instructor.
  • Faculty should include detailed instructions about test administration when completing Online Proctor Test Request Form.
  • The Testing Center must have all testing information on or before the test date. If testing instructions for administration of test is not received by the time of the testing appointment, the student may be advised to reschedule the exam and consult with the instructor for further guidance.
Online Class
Campus
Testing Instructions
Please provide the password for students
Specific Allowances
Test Administration
Return Completed Exam
Please choose location for pick-up
 

Nursing Competency Exam Proctoring

Motlow State Community College offers proctoring services for nursing faculty that desire nursing students to complete competency exams in testing center locations. Testing appointments can be available at the Moore County, Smyrna and McMinnville campus locations.

General Guidelines for Faculty

  • Students must use the online test registration system to schedule an individual appointment for a makeup exam on the Testing Center's website. Students are advised to send a copy of the appointment confirmation to the instructor.
  • Faculty should include detailed instructions about test administration when completing the Nursing Test Proctor Request Form.
  • The Testing Center must have all testing information at least 4 weeks prior to desired testing period to allow time to order and receive exams. Submission of testing information at the beginning of the semester is preferred.

Nursing Test Proctor Request Form

  • A completed proctoring request form needs to be provided with the test.
  • You must specify time allowed for the test.
  • Your request for competency tests should be given to the testing center at the beginning of the semester for scheduling purpose. You will receive an e-mail confirmation when request is processed.

Please share the following information with students:

  • Photo ID is always required to take any tests (license, school ID, passport); we make no exceptions.
  • We administer tests according to your Proctor Request Form only.
  • Students are required to schedule an appointment for tests on the Testing Center's website.
  • We will not administer tests to students if they do not have enough time to complete their tests prior to closing. Centers hours are posted on our website.
Location for test administration
Specific Instructions or Restrictions for Test
Test Administration
Amount of Time allotted for test*
 

General Guidelines for Faculty

  • Students must use the online test registration system to schedule an individual appointment for a makeup exam on the Testing Center's website. Students are advised to send a copy of the appointment confirmation to the instructor.
  • Faculty should include detailed instructions about test administration when completing Online Proctor Test Request Form.
  • The Testing Center must have all testing information on or before the test date. If testing instructions for administration of test is not received by the time of the testing appointment, the student may be advised to reschedule the exam and consult with the instructor for further guidance.

Faculty Instructions

Please share the following information with students:

  • Complete and submit the form below.
  • Exams must be submitted to the Testing Center 36 to 48 hours before the test date.
  • Direct students to schedule an appointment online at the Testing Center's website to take test. We are unable to accommodate walk-in appointments

Testing Center Rules and Policies

  • It is recommended that you arrive at least 15-minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow time for check-in. The system will not allow you to sign in if you don't have an appointment.
  • You must present a valid photo ID for the test.
  • You should know course name and number (ENGL1010) as well as your instructor's name.
  • Only exam candidates are allowed in the Testing Center.
  • Staff cannot watch unattended children.
  • Personal belongings such as hats, coats, food, drinks, cellular phones, electronic devices, hand held computers, purses or backpacks are not allowed in the Testing Center.
  • The Testing Center is not responsible for your personal items.
  • You may not take notes or scratch paper out of the Testing Center after the test.
  • Approved calculators are permitted for specific tests and may be inspected prior to use.
  • The Testing Center proctors all exams according to the information given to us by the instructor.
  • All tests must be completed in one sitting unless otherwise indicated by the instructor.
  • Acts of dishonesty or misconduct may cause dismissal from the Testing Center. Please refer to the college's conduct and disciplinary sanctions in the catalog.
  • Contact the Testing Center for information about how to cancel or reschedule an appointment.

For more information, please call 931-393-1763 or email [email protected]

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