Yes, it is possible to run automated proctored exams on mobile devices using Chrome or Safari browsers. However, the screen-sharing options are not available on mobile phones. Thus the video … Continue reading
Yes, it is possible to continue the test. As long as a candidate does not close the mobile browser, instead just minimizes it during the break, he will be able … Continue reading
Yes, the QR code is unique and can’t be sent to others. Every candidate needs to log in to the test using his QR code.
For more information on proctoring … Continue reading
Yes, it is possible to disable the desired notifications (i.e., “Conversation or noise in the background”).
Kindly note that if some of them are disabled, the system will not count … Continue reading
Once you access the recording of the candidate, you will be able to see the report and all suspicious behavior by a candidate.
1. Navigate to the Monitoring tab.
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“Found similar profile” warning means that the same or similar person took the test with proctoring from different YouTestMe profiles.
The system compares the photos taken at the beginning of … Continue reading
Implies that the system will automatically grade the proctoring session (candidate’s behavior) based on the specified session metrics and defined thresholds. The system automatically monitors the test attempt using various … Continue reading
The candidate must capture the photo of the face and ID before starting the test. During the test, the system checks in real-time if the face in the front camera … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
In the latest version of the application, it is impossible to adjust metrics (behaviors) in the application due to security. You can still choose a list of metrics you want … Continue reading