While many classes have online exams, many also require proctored (supervised) exams. If your class requires a proctored exam, you should take your exam in the Taft College Testing Center if you live within driving distance of Taft College.
The following limitations will be in effect:
Per the hours sheet, students may make appointments; otherwise, it’s “as space is available.”
The Testing Center phone number is 661-763-7783.
If you cannot come to the Taft College Testing Center to take to take your exams, you are responsible for finding an acceptable individual to proctor (supervise) your exam. People in the following positions are recommended, but the final approval is up to your instructor:
- full-time school or public librarian
- guidance counselor/counseling staff
- full-time teacher
- school principal
- school superintendent
- seminary principal
- IST officers
- corporate training officer
- military base/station education officer
- base commander
Relatives can not be approved proctors.
Your proctor must be pre-approved by your instructor.
- Online form – Contact Distance Ed Help Desk for Proctoring Form
Allow at least two weeks for your proctor to receive the exams. You are responsible for monitoring your own deadlines. Your proctor may not fax your exam.