What is a Proctor?

What is a Proctor?

A proctor is the user who works regularly with the students such as a teacher.  They will help students register, take the test, and close the session for grading.    

The proctor/instructor will 
  1. Instruct student users regarding test procedures.
  2. Assist student users to register for an assessment class.
  3. Monitor the progress of the student users during the assessment. 
  4. Resolve problems during the assessment.
  5. Ensure all users complete the assessment.
  6. Close the assessment for grading once all students have completed the assessment.

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