No. The automated proctoring solution allows you to monitor both the candidate’s screen and face. The browser is not locked by using the proctoring solution, and it will not stop/suspend the exam if they exit the full screen. It will just mark that as suspicious behavior and notify the candidates that they need to access the full screen again. The entire process is recorded, allowing you to review the recording later and determine if the candidates have tried to cheat.
To demonstrate what live proctoring looks like from a proctor’s perspective, please watch this video.
Also, for more information on proctoring, please check our website.