There are a few things to consider when implementing exam proctoring:
Choose the right proctoring solution: There are several proctoring solutions available, such as live proctoring, AI-based proctoring, and recorded proctoring which is often referred to as "record-and-review" proctoring. Choose the solution that best fits your needs and budget.
Ensure the security and privacy of the exam: Make sure the proctoring solution you choose has appropriate security measures in place to deter cheating and protect the privacy of the exam takers.
Ensure accessibility: Make sure the proctoring solution is accessible to a global audience of exam takers, considering their location and device choices.
Test the proctoring system: Before implementing the proctoring solution, it is important to test it to ensure it is working properly and there are no technical issues.
Communicate the proctoring requirements: Make sure to clearly communicate the proctoring requirements to the exam takers, including the type of proctoring that will be used and any technical requirements they need to meet.
Train staff and supporting stakeholders: Whether you are using live proctors, reviewers, auditors, greeters, or technical support agents, make sure they are properly trained on how to use the proctoring system and how to handle any issues that may arise during the exam. Communication and support to exam takers is paramount to a successful proctored examination experience.