For most courses at least one exam is required each semester. Students should read the information about exams in the course introduction or the lesson that precedes the exam.
Most online courses have online exams, where the superviser is sent a code to access the exam at the time arranged for the student to take the exam. These exams have a time limit, which will be listed in the supervisor notification.
All exams must be supervised by a school or community official, such as a teacher, librarian, registrar or pastor, who is not related to the student. The student must state clearly on the exam request form the professional status, job title or any other qualifications that will aid the testing department in the approval process.
If a student is enrolled in another university/college while taking Consortium courses, the exam should be taken under the direction of that university/college’s registrar or testing department.
An exam cannot be sent to a supervisor who has the same address as the student unless the address is known to be that of an institution or facility.
In order for an exam grade to be recorded, a signed Supervisor’s Signature Form must accompany the exam being returned. The student will be notified of exam results, but no graded exam will be returned to the student or to the supervisor.
All college students must present photo identification to their supervisors before taking exams unless the examiner personally knows the student being tested.
Questions about exams may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or calls may be made to 269-471-6566.