Testing Accommodations and Proctoring

Testing accommodations are specified within a student’s Academic Accommodation Plan (AAP).  Arrangements for receiving testing accommodations can be made with DSPS.

DSPS Test Proctoring Forms:

Test Proctoring Procedures and Rules:  Students with approved testing accommodations must review, sign, and submit this form to DSPS.

DSPS's "Test Proctoring Procedures and Rules" form with link to the form

Request for Testing Accommodations Forms: Next, the student and instructor for each course must complete a form that specifies approved testing accommodations and the conditions and directions for tests and quizzes.  The forms must be completed and submitted to DSPS before any exam or quiz can be given with accommodations including test proctoring by DSPS.

These forms can be picked up at the DSPS office or requested for digital processing (via Adobe Sign) as they require accommodations to be completed by a certificated DSPS Specialist.   Contact DSPS to request your testing “Request for Testing Accommodations” forms.  These must be completed and submitted for each class, each semester.

DSPS's "Request for Test Proctoring Services" form

Test Appointment Forms: Finally, after the “Request for Testing Accommodations” forms have been submitted to DSPS, students must schedule to take their tests or quizzes with DSPS at least three business days before the exam by: 1) submitting a test appointment form 2) calling the DSPS office, or 3) filling out the “Test Proctoring Appointment Requests” form online.

DSPS's "Test Proctoring Appointment" form

 

DSPS proctors are required to follow the instructor’s instructions that are indicated on the “Request for Testing Accommodations” form for each class. The DSPS proctor does not have the authorization to make any changes to exam or quiz directions or conditions.  Changes to test directions or conditions can only made by the course instructor, and they must be communicated to DSPS, in writing, before the test is administered.