There are two ways to have your test proctored. You can use online video proctoring, or you can write your test in a supervised testing centre.
Online proctoring is powered by ProctorFree. It will use screen-recording software and your webcam. You will need to use a computer, not a phone or tablet.
We suggest that you download the application before you plan to write the test as you may need time to update your browser or arrange to borrow a computer if yours is not compatible.
If you have having trouble downloading the application, technical assistance is available via live chat. See the video below for more information about downloading the application.
If you've logged in and/or downloaded the app, and you decide that you do not want to write the test, you are entitled to a partial refund. Please see more about our refund policy here.
If you choose online proctoring, you will need to disable all grammar-checking software on your computer.
If you do not wish to use online proctoring, you may write your test in testing centre. This may require an extra fee paid directly to the testing centre.
Most universities, colleges, and public libraries offer test-proctoring services. You can contact the location that's most convenient for you and ask about their services. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your preferred testing centre approved. Then make an appointment with the testing centre. Email email@example.com again with your appointment date and time.
Supervised Testing Centres
Watch the video below if you are not familiar with downloading applications onto your computer.