Proctored exams require students to complete an assessment in a controlled location under the supervision of a proctor, who monitors students during the exam period. Proctored exam permit instructors to restrict student access to materials such as books, notes, Web sites, and proctors verify the identity of the students taking the exam by photo ID.
BCTC's Distance Learning Testing Center is located on the Leestown Campus in Room A-136. Exams are regularly scheduled at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and 1:00 p.m. Additional time slots are available during the weeks of midterms and finals.
The BCTC Distance Learning Testing Center is available to all Kentucky Community and Technical College students. Students from other institutions use the Workforce Assessment Testing Center.
Students may schedule a proctored exam by clicking the button for the online proctoring form below:
Final Exam Walk-ins for Spring 2014 (no appointment needed)
BCTC proctored exams are given weekly on the Leestown Campus** in Room A-136.
**Note: Only the Leestown A-136 location is equipped to handle special needs such as specialized software (anything other than Blackboard or MyMathLab), exams timed by the proctor, audio headsets, and low stress environments.
During midterm and finals week for the Fall and Spring semesters, proctored exams are offered on BCTC's other campuses: Cooper, Newtown, Danville, Lawrenceburg, and Winchester. Check the schedule above for exact room locations and times.
Proctored exams are available on the Georgetown Campus by appointment. Contact Carol Crawford: (502) 570-6357.
The Scott County Public Library provides proctored exams for Scott County Residents. Additional information is available from their Web site.
Online BCTC students who reside outside the BCTC service area may schedule a proctored exam through any of the 16 KCTCS Proctoring Centers.
Students who reside outside the state of Kentucky will need to contact the Distance Learning Office to make arrangements to take their proctored exam.