For each student who took the proctored quiz or exam, there will be a quick visual indication of what should be investigated. This is done primarily through the behavior preview, a small timeline that shows suspicion levels throughout an exam attempt as red, yellow, or green. If an exam administrator wants more detail on a particular attempt, clicking on a row in the Gradebook allows them to view the Exam Video Player. This provides access to all exam footage and all information collected by Proctorio based on the settings selected during setup.
How to excuse a student from taking a proctored exam
1. On your Aktiv Chemistry homepage, click on your Class tab located at the top next to Assignments.
2. Select the student to be exempt from Proctorio by clicking the name on the class roster.
3. At the top of the page is the option to Exclude from Proctoring.
How did some test takers enter a test without Proctorio?
1. If you’re seeing this notification, it’s because Proctorio detected exam attempts in your grade book that do not correspond to any attempt in your Proctorio Gradebook. This can be caused by test takers bypassing Proctorio if they manually enter a password, if there are modifications made to the exam's flexibility settings, or if Proctorio has been disabled.
2. If Proctorio gets disabled while the quiz or exam is open to test takers, you may see test takers enter the exam without Proctorio enabled.
3. This most commonly occurs when an exam is edited outside of Chrome, or if the Title, Quiz Instructions, or Password is manually changed after the exam is initially published.
How to access a deleted Proctorio Gradebook
Please keep in mind that once you delete Proctorio Gradebook, it is permanently deleted. Students will be proctored, but the recordings will not be populated into the Proctorio Gradebook.
How to adjust your sensitivity settings on Proctorio
1. Find your Proctorio Exam Results summary page
2. Click on your Proctorio Settings tab.
3. Scroll down to the section titled Proctorio Frame Metrics
4. The flags are weighted from 0 to 5. If a behavior flag is set to 0, then this is considered "off" and the behaviors will not count towards the suspicion level or be shown in the incident log. Increasing the weight of behavior causes it to stand out more when the suspicion levels are calculated. Any flag receiving a 5 will trigger high suspicion for a frame when detected.