The Computer-Based Testing Facility (CBTF) is an in-person, computer-based proctoring facility, jointly supported by the Grainger College of Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Our primary objective is twofold: (1) to provide a secure testing environment that facilitates students in undertaking computer-based exams, and (2) to relieve faculty and staff from the burden of exam logistics management.
We ensure a secure environment by offering in-person, professionally-proctored exams, coupled with network filtering measures. These measures guarantee that students can solely access exam content and materials provided by faculty and staff through the designated learning management system. To cater to the diverse needs of students, our labs operate 7 days a week, for 12 hours each day. Furthermore, we provide multi-day exam windows, enabling students to select an exam time that aligns with their personal schedules.
Our overarching aim is to enhance the overall exam experience for all involved parties, including students, faculty, and course staff.