The Student Code regarding Academic Integrity still applies.
- Have someone else in the room with you. If this is impossible, let your proctor know at the beginning of the exam and refrain from talking with other people.
- Turn your video off on Zoom.
- Leave the room.
- Access prohibited sites/applications on your computer.
- Use your phone/tablet for anything other than running Zoom for proctoring and taking photos of your paper at the end of the exam. You can't use your phone/tablet to do the exam itself.
- Use a virtual background.
- Enter the Zoom meeting at 10 minutes before the start of the exam.
- Make sure your display name is correct. (We need to know who you are!)
- Have your paper, writing utensils, calculator, and any other course-approved supplies you need within reach.
- Keep your microphone muted once the exam has begun.
- Ask the proctor any questions you have. Use private chat on Zoom after testing has started so as not to disturb others.
- If you enter the meeting after testing has started, use private chat on Zoom so as not to disturb others.
- Stop working when time is called.
Allowed materials for all exams:
- Pens, pencils, erasers, and blank scratch paper.
- A laptop for logging into the CBTF Scheduler and obtaining your exam.
- A phone or tablet for running Zoom for proctoring. This may also be used to take photos of a paper exam at the end of the exam.
- You may not use a tablet to digitally ink your exam response or as scratch paper.
Some exams may allow additional materials:
- When you log in to the CBTF Scheduler on the day of your exam you will see a list of any additional allowed materials for your exam. These may include calculators, specific websites, or specific pieces of software. You will only be permitted these additional materials if they are explicitly listed on your exam page in the CBTF Scheduler.