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Apply Now Proctored Exams Proctored Exams are designed to test a student's overall knowledge of your program's learning objectives and are administered at pre-determined points during a student's program.
The number of Proctored Exams and their location in the curriculum is determined on a program level. Students may appeal for additional attempts at their exams if necessary.
Students will be prompted to register for their Proctored Exam on their Student Portal. Additionally, the Aspen University Testing Office a branch of the Office of the Registrar will notify students when they are eligible to take their Proctored Exam.
Once a student is eligible for their Proctored Exam, they may register for the exam through their Student Portal. Within one business day of registering and paying for the exam, students will be provided with comprehensive instructions on how to setup and complete their Proctored Exam.
This email will come from the Aspen University Testing Office. If you have registered for your exam and did not receive this email within one business day, please contact the Testing Office at testing aspen.
Students may register for up to two courses after they become eligible for their exam. Students will be able to register for additional courses once they have successfully completed the exam. Financial Aid students who register for all courses within an academic year should contact the Testing Office for information on their specific exam completion deadline.
Taking a Proctored Exam Students must go to a pre-approved proctoring site and present valid photo and secondary identification. Students are responsible for paying any administrative costs of the examination, which are solely determined by the student's chosen proctoring site.
All Proctored Exams are given open-book; no other internet resources or notes may be used during the exam. Students are strongly encouraged to type their exam answers using word processing software, though handwritten exams may be accepted if they are done legibly and with a dark colored ink.
Each exam is graded by a designated faculty member on four elements: The format and time restraints of the Proctored Exam may differ depending upon the student's program or school. General details about each exam may be found at the bottom of this page.
Proctored Exams at Aspen University are timed exams that must be taken outside the home at a pre-approved proctoring site. Aspen University is committed to our mission of providing all college students the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. If you feel that you could benefit from testing accommodations, please contact Aspen University's Disability Services by emailing disabilityservices aspen.
Students with approved accommodations will be given a Student Accommodations form that must be provided to the Aspen University Testing Office before the student's Proctor Identification Form is received.
It is the responsibility of the student, not the Disability Services Office, to provide this form to the Testing Office. Failure to comply with this rule will not hold the Testing Office to the accommodations.
Frequently Asked Questions I just registered for my exam. What is my next step? After registering for your exam, you will be prompted to pay the Proctored Exam fee through your student portal.
Your registration will not be complete until the Proctored Exam fee is paid.
That same email will also include a Proctor Identification Form that your chosen proctor will need to submit to testing aspen. Who is an acceptable proctor?
Some suggestions for exam proctors include: National College Testing Association testing centers http: How long does it take to process my Proctor Identification Form and have my test sent? Once the Proctor Identification Form is received from the proctor and processed by the Testing Office, your exam will be sent to your proctor along with instructions on how to administer the exam.
This process may take up to business days from the time the form is received. Will I be notified once my test has been sent to my proctor? You will receive a confirmation email from the Testing Office once your test has been sent to your proctor.
You will have 30 days from that date to complete your exam.
Who is responsible for scheduling my exam? It is the student's responsibility to schedule their exam within the 30 day time frame. It is also the responsibility of the student to pay any administrative costs required by their chosen proctoring site.In a remote corner of El Salvador, investigators uncovered the remains of a horrible crime — a crime that Washington had long denied.
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