It is of the utmost importance to ACC that all tests or examinations are administered fairly and with integrity. For this reason, anyone who is not “at arm’s length” to you should not be asked to administer the test or examination. For example, the invigilator should NOT be a relative, friend, co-worker, fellow student, business partner or live at the same address as the student.
Once arrangements with an invigilator have been confirmed, you must have them read and complete the invigilator letter located in the appendix of your course manual. This letter must be forwarded by the invigilator to the instructor. Requests for tests should be made a minimum of one week before the writing date.
If you request an accommodation (e.g. more time, a reader, assistive technology software, etc.) because of a disability or medical need, you must consult with your Student Success Advisor well in advance of the test. They will consult with the instructor as part of the process.
If this is the case, the instructor will send the test directly to the invigilator along with the procedures for administering the test. These will include such things as the time allowed, instructions that the invigilator must communicate to the student, how the test is to be returned to the instructor and how the instructor may be contacted during the test. Because procedures may vary somewhat from course to course, specific instructions will be provided with each test. The invigilator letter requires the invigilator to certify through his/her signature, that the test will be administered according to the procedures specified by the college.
In the event that you (or the invigilator) are unable to keep the appointment for the test, it may only be re-scheduled through the instructor.