Proctoring Tests

Modified on Fri, 12 Jan at 11:53 AM

To maintain the integrity of online assessments, our platform offers several proctoring features to prevent cheating and unauthorized use of external aids like ChatGPT and Bard.

To apply proctoring start by selecting the test from the test library:

Press on supervised:

You will see the following options:

Enable Screenshots 

Before the test begins, candidates must grant screen-share access. The system starts taking screenshots every few seconds if the candidate navigates away from the test tab.

Our AI analyzes these screenshots to detect the use of prohibited websites or applications. Utilizing ChatGPT or Bard results in disqualification after a first warning.

Receive a risk analysis report with suspicious screenshots at the test's conclusion. [See an example report here.]

Here is a short clip which shows how we detect ChatGPT


Use Webcam

Initial Check: The test begins only after the system detects a human face. This step ensures that the actual candidate is present at the start of the test.

Continuous Monitoring: During the test, the webcam periodically captures the candidate's face to verify ongoing presence and ensure no one else is assisting.

After the test, you will receive a profile picture report detailing any risks identified during monitoring. This includes instances where multiple people were detected or the presence of additional devices that might aid the candidate.

Enable No Google Test

This option prevents candidates from accessing other applications or browser tabs during the test.

Breaching this rule results in test disqualification following a warning.

By utilizing these proctoring features, our platform ensures a fair and secure testing environment for all candidates.

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