Proctors and the Final Exam

Definition: Proctors are disinterested third parties that have no vested interest in your successful completion of the Final Exam. Or an interest in you obtaining an All Lines or P&C Adjuster License. The following are NOT considered as disinterested third parties… Family members, relatives, immediate supervisors or employees. (This includes an ex spouse!)

The person chosen to be your Proctor may register in advance, or do so right before you take the Final Exam.

Proctor Registration Procedures:

The first step in Proctor Registration is to agree to the following 5 guidelines:

A. You agree not to assist the student with any aspect of the exam.

B. You agree to supervise the student during their Final Exam.

C. You agree to make sure the student does not use any notes or study materials during the exam.

D. You agree to make sure the student does not talk to anyone during the exam, which includes making or taking any calls.

E. You agree to make sure the student does not take any study materials with them if they need to use the restroom.

If you agree to these guidelines, click Registration and complete the form.

Is cheating really that big of a problem?

According to surveys in U.S. News and World Report:

80% of “high-achieving” high school students admit to cheating.

51% of high school students did not believe cheating was wrong.

95% of cheating high school students said that they had not been detected.

75% of college students admitted cheating

90% of college students didn’t believe cheaters would be caught.

Almost 85% of college students said cheating was necessary to get ahead.






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