Proctored Exam Request

Even classes that are listed as fully online may require 1-2 proctored exams. 

A proctored exam is an exam that must be taken in-person at an approved KCTCS testing site. 

  • If you’re a Jefferson student, this can be done at any of our six campuses. 
  • If you’re not a Jefferson student, the exam can be taken at your local KCTCS college. 

In any case, an appointment must be made at least two business days in advance. 

To schedule an appointment to take a proctored exam, please submit the form below.  

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Exam information
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Proctoring services are available Monday-Thursday (also on Fridays on the downtown campus, except May-July). Requests must be made at least 2 working days in advance.
Available times may vary by campus.

Please note that later times may be restricted to specific campuses and/or days of the week. After selecting your preference, your proctor can better inform you of your options. Each appointment is scheduled for a two hour block.

Campus information:

  • Bullitt: View Summer 2014 proctoring availability
  • Downtown: Please see the Downtown Campus Testing Hours page
  • Shelbyville: Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 4:30pm
  • Southwest: During May – August, proctored exams are scheduled at the Southwest Campus Mondays-Thursdays, starting as early as 10:00am, or as late as 2:30pm. Due to new student orientation sessions, this location will not be available to proctor any exams on Thursday, July 17, Thursday, July 24, Monday, July 28, or Thursday, July 31. We are sorry for the inconvenience. If you need your exam proctored on one of these dates, you should submit your request to a campus other than Southwest.
  • Technical: Closed 12:00pm – 1:00pm.
  • Special accommodations? Please provide documentation.