We partner with Irish based company TestReach to deliver your exams. They are experts in the creation, delivery and remote invigilation of computer-based examinations.
With our exams now delivered online, we want to make sure you have all the information you need for exam success.
Whether you are currently registered to sit an online exam with us, or are considering sitting an exam in the future, take a few minutes to read through this blog to find out more.
1. Exam Regulations
The Exam Regulations are the terms and conditions you agree to be bound by when sitting your exam, therefore it's important that you are aware of them.
With regard to the online proctored exam that you will be sitting, please pay particular attention to the use of mobile/smartphones and devices, suitable locations to take the exam and dress code.
You can read the full exam regulations document here
2. Online Exam Set-Up Checklist
To be able to sit your exam, you must ensure that you have successfully set up your TestReach account and confirmed your exam date and time before your given deadline.
You must log in and confirm your exam date and time no later than 5 days before your exam.
Our Online Exams Set-Up Checklist will take you through this process step-by-step, answering the most common questions.
If you haven't seen this checklist yet, you can read the full document here.
3. Online Exams Technical Checklist
Our Online Exams Technical Checklist provides details of how to test your kit and check your system requirements prior to your exam.
Although we always advise students to use their own IT equipment, we acknowledge that this isn't always possible. So this checklist also provides a guide for your IT Department showing how the TestReach Desktop App works and addresses any safety concerns that they might have.
If you haven't already, please read the full document here.
Finally, don't forget our Member Services team is always happy to help. If you have any concerns or need further clarification, please do not hesitate to get in touch by calling 01 645 6670 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.