Summer Session II Proctoring Options

This information applies ONLY to students taking NetMath 2019 Summer Session II (8-week) courses. All students in these courses, whether on- or off- campus, must fill out the Summer Proctoring form. Depending on where you are located, we have a couple options for taking your exams during for Summer Session II.

NetMath Summer Session II Exam Information

For Math 416, Math 417, Math 441, 444, and Math 446, students will receive 1% extra credit for submitting their Summer Proctoring Form by Friday, June 14. For all other courses, students will receive 1% extra credit for submitting their Summer Proctoring Form by Monday, June 17, or within 7 days of enrollment (whichever comes later). This does NOT apply to students taking ALEKS courses, Math 112, 114, and 115.

If this form is NOT submitted AT LEAST one week in advance of your exam date, you will not be able to take the exam and will receive a 0.


Scheduled on-campus exam

For students taking NetMath exams on the University of Illinois campus: Exam dates have been scheduled for each course, as shown in the table below. On-campus students must sign in using their NetID and password then submit a Summer Proctoring Form to ensure that we have sufficient space and exams. Students will be required to present a photo-ID and must sign in at the scheduled exam.

Please Note: Any student who shows up at a UIUC campus proctoring session without submitting a proctor form indicating that they will be taking their exam on-campus with NetMath will be placed on standby. Meaning, students who have registered for on-campus NetMath proctoring will get their exams first. A limited number of extra exams will be printed, and once the extra exams run out any remaining students will be required to obtain another proctor.

Math 112, 114, & 115

ONLY the final exam in these courses must be taken with a proctor. The on-campus final exam is scheduled for Friday, August 2.

Math 417, 441, 444, and 446

Math 417, 441, 444, and Math 446 have three midterm exams and one final exam. Exam dates are listed below (location will be determined later).

Exam 1

Date Start & End Times Course Building / Room#
Friday, June 21 10:00 - 11:30 am 417 TBD
Wednesday, June 26 10:00 - 11:30 am 444 TBD
Thursday, June 27 10:00 - 11:30 am 446 TBD
Friday, June 28 10:00 - 11:30 am 441 TBD
Monday, July 1 10:00 - 11:30 am 241 TBD
Tuesday, July 2 10:00 - 11:30 am 285 / 286 TBD
1:00 - 2:30 pm 461 TBD
1:00 - 2:30 pm 415 TBD
Wednesday, July 3 1:00 - 2:30 pm 231 / 416 TBD
Tuesday, July 9 1:00 - 2:30 pm 292 TBD

Exam 2

Date Start & End Times Course Building / Room#
Friday, July 5 10:00 - 11:30 am 417 TBD
Wednesday, July 10 10:00 - 11:30 am 444 TBD
Thursday, July 11 10:00 - 11:30 am 446 TBD
Friday, July 12 10:00 - 11:30 am 441 TBD
Friday, July 19 10:00 - 11:30 am 415 TBD
Wednesday, July 24 10:00 - 11:30 am 241 TBD
1:00 – 2:30pm 461 TBD
Thursday, July 25 1:00 – 2:30pm 416 TBD
Friday, July 26 1:00 – 2:30pm 285 / 286 TBD
Monday, July 29 1:00 – 2:30pm 231 TBD

Exam 3

Date Start & End Times Course Building / Room#
Monday, July 22 10:00 - 11:30 am 417 TBD
Wednesday, July 24 10:00 - 11:30 am 444 TBD
Thursday, July 25 10:00 - 11:30 am 446 TBD
Friday, July 26 10:00 - 11:30 am 441 TBD

FINAL Exam

Date Start & End Times Course Building / Room#
Friday, August 2nd 10:00 am - 1:00 pm 112 / 114 / 115 TBD
1:00 - 4:00 pm 231 / 292 TBD
9:00 am - 12:00 pm 241 / 285 / 286 TBD
1:00 - 4:00 pm 415 / 461 TBD
10:00 am - 1:00 pm 416 / 417 / 441 / 444 / 446 TBD

Follow the on-campus Summer Proctoring Form link to enter your information, you must sign in using your NetID and password.


Disability Resources & Educational Services Office

University of Illinois students with academic accommodations may arrange to have their NetMath exams proctored at the campus Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES) office.

Please Note: Students must be registered with DRES in order to use their proctoring service.

Students must sign in using their NetID and password then submit a Summer Proctoring Form to inform us of their accommodation so that we can send their exams to DRES.

Additional information about DRES is available here.


Proctored off-campus exams

PLEASE NOTE: We do not allow "remote proctoring" services like ProctorU. You must have an in-person proctor who can receive and administer paper exams.

Proctor Requirements:

If you would like to take your exam off-campus, our courses require a proctor to supervise exams. A proctor must meet one of the following criteria and cannot be a relative of the student:

  • Principal or Superintendent of Educational Service Region, School, or District
  • Dean, Academic Department Head, Extension or Correspondence Administrator, Registrar, or Official Testing Service of an Accredited University or College
  • Education Officer (Armed Services Personnel Only)
  • Full-Time High School or College Instructor
  • Librarian at your local community library

*** Proctors are also required to be able to scan and email completed exams to NetMath for grading, in addition to sending a paper copy for archival purposes.

Proctors are approved by NetMath to ensure they meet our testing standards. Be sure to ask your proctor if compensation is required for test proctoring. Any compensation to the proctor is strictly between the student and the proctor.

For students taking their exams off-campus, Exams 1 and 2 must be taken +/- 2 days from the exam due date (see above) and the Final exam MUST be taken by August 2, no exceptions.

Students should verify that the proctor is able to either receive exams via e-mail to an institutional e-mail address or that they will be able to receive exams via mail to their institutional address. Exam packets cannot be e-mailed to unofficial e-mail addresses or mailed to home addresses. For Math 112, 114, and 115, exams MUST be physically mailed via registered, 2-day shipping with tracking. For all other courses, proctors must be able to return exams by one of the two methods below:

PREFERRED: returned via high resolution scanning and e-mail, accompanied with submission of midterm exams by any postal method and submission of final exams by registered 2-day shipping with tracking. (NOT AN OPTION for Math 112, 114, or 115)

ALTERNATE: returned via registered expedited shipping with tracking.

Please note that return shipping costs are expected to be paid by the student, including envelopes and any applicable postage. Students should bring the necessary materials with them to the exam. Exams should be sent to: NetMath Program University of Illinois 912 South Fifth Street Champaign, IL 61820

Proctor Approval:

Students must sign in using their NetID and password then submit a Summer Proctoring Form to have their proctor approved. If you are taking multiple NetMath courses during summer (NOT RECOMMENDED), you will need to submit this form for each course. Make sure to contact your intended proctor directly BEFORE submitting the proctorship form. Proctor approval is contingent upon the information provided in the form.

Multiple Proctors:

Students who require multiple proctors for their exams must sign in using their NetID and password then submit a Summer Proctoring Form for each proctor they require. Students may indicate on the form which exam(s) should be sent to each proctor.

Proctor Guidelines:

The following guidelines detail the procedures a proctor must follow when administering exams for NetMath.

Proctoring Locations:

Some proctoring locations can be found at National College Testing Association. The NCTA search is a resource and not a requirement. You will need to verify that the testing location is able to proctor exams.


Questions?

For proctor related inquires, please send an email to proctor@netmath.illinois.edu