[IPAC-List] On-line Testing
K1RQ at pge.com
Thu Feb 13 16:13:03 EST 2014
We recently moved from paper to online testing. However, we are now doing unproctored online testing for the majority of our testing.
If you are needing to remain proctored, you have a few decisions to make regarding the model you use:
* In-person proctoring - test takers come to a testing center and test in front of a live proctor. I've used this model in my past employment and used PSI, Inc. - they have testing centers around the country and also publish a wide range of their own tests. They were good partners. Another option is PAN testing...I've not used them, but looked at them in the past as they also have testing centers and proctors around the country.
* Remote proctoring - test takers take test from home, but are monitored remotely via web-cam by remote "proctors". While I have not used that model, we seriously considered Proctor U - who does a lot of proctoring for educational settings, and are now branching into industry testing.
Performance, Selection & Inclusion
Pacific Gas and Electric
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Subject: [IPAC-List] On-line Testing
We are looking for a show of hands regarding on line testing. How many of you are administering proctored on line testing to your candidates? What vendors are you using? We are a paper and pencil testing agency and are now considering offering on line testing to our candidates. Any experiences you can share would be most appreciated.
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