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Online Examination Proctor Confirmation

Online Examination Proctor Confirmation

Please note: In light of the current global need for social distancing, the proctoring requirement for online exams will be waived during these unprecedented times effective March 17, 2020. 


To ensure that a candidate’s completion of the Royal Conservatory’s Online Examination is acceptable for high school credit consideration, we strongly recommend that the exam be proctored.

The purpose of a Proctor is to supervise the examination in an objective manner and to ensure the academic integrity of the exam. This means that the candidate is not referring to any written notes, Google searches, cue cards, books, or any other support material throughout the exam.
 
In order for The Royal Conservatory to recognize that an examination has been properly proctored, the Proctor must:

  • NOT be a relative (father, mother, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc) of the exam candidate
  • NOT be the music teacher of the exam candidate

Ideally, the Proctor should be a school teacher/official whenever possible to ensure the academic integrity of the examination.

To indicate that the candidate's exam will be proctored, please complete and submit this form:

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Candidate Information

 

Proctor Information

By completing and submitting this form, the candidate confirms that the above-indicated Proctor is NOT the candidate's relative (father, mother, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, cousin, etc.) or the candidate's music teacher and that the Proctor will supervise them while they complete The Royal Conservatory’s online examination (per the level indicated above) in a manner that ensures the academic integrity of the examination.

The Royal Conservatory reserves the right to withdraw the "Proctored" status from the examination if the Proctor fails to comply with the above requirements.