FVRLibraries offers limited proctoring services at no charge at some of our locations. Appointments are required. If interested, please complete this form for each exam you wish to take, and be sure to include the following information:
- School/institution's full name
- School/institution's website
- Course name/number
- Instructor's name
- Instructor's email address
- Date or date range of exam
Once we have received your form, we will begin the process of determining whether we are able to proctor for you. Please allow a minimum of two weeks' advance notice.
If we are unable to proctor for you, here are some other (fee-based) options you might wish to investigate:
- Lower Columbia College Testing Center in Longview, WA
- Mt. Hood Community College Testing Center in Gresham, OR
Before Your Exam:
- Please familiarize yourself with the testing requirements from your testing institution; you are responsible for following them, and for following all instructions they give you. The library may not qualify as a test site based on those requirements.
- Please leave all personal belongings at home or in your vehicle unless specifically allowed during your exam.
The Day of Your Exam:
- Bring photo identification to your proctoring session. The name on the photo ID must match the name on the exam documents.
- You are responsible for providing all necessary supplies (pens, paper, calculator, laptop, etc.). Please bring these with you to your session.
- Please check in with staff at the date and time of your scheduled exam.
- A librarian will be scheduled to proctor all exams. However, in some locations, the proctor who begins supervising the exam may be replaced by another proctor before your exam is over.
- Due to the nature of a public library, we cannot guarantee a quiet place or continuous monitoring throughout the exam. You will be in sight of the proctor and/or the proctor will check on you periodically. Library service takes priority over proctoring.
- Proctors cannot interpret test instructions or assist in technical matters for an online test.
- Proctors will relay and enforce any rules listed in testing instructions or exam materials (e.g., time limits, use of textbooks, notes, etc.).
- You, or your testing institution, are responsible for any postage required to return your exam by mail. We can return tests via email by scanning your test.