Proctoring Software (Install & Setup)
In order for ASU to accept your Final Exam Passing Score, your entire final exam is being monitored by a proctoring software that you need to install on your PC/Mac.
This software prevents you from accessing any prohibited applications, websites, or the use of multiple monitors. Furthermore, throughout the entire length of your final exam, both microphone and webcam are required and are recorded for ASU to review after your final exam is submitted.
You can only start a proctored Final Exam when your computer passes all system checks. The system check is automatic, however you need to install the proctoring software prior to starting the exam.
This page walks you through how to download and install the proctoring software.
First, download and install the proctoring software by finding it using the below instruction:
Click on "Download Software":
After downloading & installing, open this software.
Make sure you give this application all the permissions it's asking for, including:
It will then ask you for your unique exam code. Go back to your browser (Chrome, Safari, etc.) and copy your exam code. It should look something like this:
Paste your exam code into your proctoring software.
Confirm the exam you want to take.
Click on next.
Click on next again.
System check will start automatically. If passed, click on 'next', otherwise, follow the instructions and close any applications that are prohibited.
Start by taking a photo of your government issued ID.
Then, scan your room. Follow the instruction and go slow. Make sure your entire testing room is being scanned, including all walls, and under your table.
Finally, take a photo of yourself.
Your exam can now be started, once you see the below message. IMPORTANT! DO NOT CLOSE YOUR PROCTORING SOFTWARE. IT MUST STAY OPENED IN THE BACKGROUND THROUGHOUT YOUR ENTIRE EXAM.
Return to your browser (Chrome, safari, etc.) to start your exam.
Once you finish your final exam. You may return to the proctoring software, and close the software for ASU to review. You can find the "Close" button at the top right corner.
That's it! If all rules are followed, you should receive a confirmation email from ASU within 1-2 days upon final exam completion.
If something is wrong or rules were not followed, you will also receive a similar email, but with sad news.