How is the test-taker verdict given in Basic Proctoring?

Created by Shubham Kumar, Modified on Wed, 27 Mar 2024 at 11:21 AM by Shubham Kumar

How is the test-taker verdict given in Basic Proctoring?

  • Basic proctoring prevents Copy-Paste, Screenshots, and Multi-Window test sessions, additionally, it checks the Browser Fingerprint and enforces fullscreen.
  • If the test-taker tries to minimize the tab and navigate outside the test window, the test-takers report will call out Test Window Violation and Navigation Violation.
  • The test-takers verdict is based on the Test Window Violation (the total time the test-taker has stayed out of the test window in the entire course of the test). Based on the severity of the Test Window Violation the test-taker is in 3 categories.
    1. Severe Violation: If the test-taker has stayed out of the test window for 30 secs or more.
    2. Minor Violation: If the test-taker has stayed out of the test window for 10 to 30 secs.
    3. Negligible Violation : If the test-taker has stayed out of the test window for 10 secs or less.

 

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