Take the CLMP via proctor
What is a proctor?
A proctored exam is one that is supervised by an approved person.
How do I find an approved proctor?
All proctors must be approved by The Center for Access and Academic Testing (CAAT - Testing) prior to any testing appointment.
When seeking a proctor please look at the list below, a proctor must be one of the following:
- Testing administrator at a testing office of a college or university
- Credentialed guidance or school counselor
- A professional testing center such as Prometric
- Certified librarian at a school or public library
- Military education services officer
Prohibited proctors are: friends, relatives, co-workers, supervisors(no matter what their position or rank), may not serve as a proctor. Persons currently employed in another office other than CAAT - Testing or enrolled in a Tarleton State University will not be allowed to proctor other TSU students.
- The AMP is a free test to the student & there are some proctors that usually will supervise exams without charge. However, if any charges are involved, payment will be the responsibility of the student.
The necessary steps for taking a proctored exam are outlined below:
- Submit a completed and signed CLMP proctor information form to The Center for Access and Academic Testing one week prior to the examination appointment.
- In the event that the proctor submitted is not suitable or approved, or cannot be contacted by the CAAT - Testing office, you will be notified to find a replacement.
- Once proctor is approved the exam information will be sent to the proctor.
- Plan to arrive at the testing location at least fifteen minutes before the appointment time set for the exam. Remember to bring a PHOTO ID needed for check-in.
- Upon completing the exam, the proctor will notify CAAT - Testing that the exam has been completed.
Click on the link to read, understand and print a copy of the "Proctor request form for an College Level Math Placement".