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Test-Taking on the Couch (Or Anywhere!)

A new high-tech testing system allows students to take their exams anywhere they can take their computer - but it doesn't allow for cheating!

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This new remote proctoring system comes included with an anti-cheating system.

For students, this sounds too good to be true. But there there is a catch.

This new remote testing system comes included with an anti-cheating system, including cameras, microphones, and restricted access to the Internet during test-taking.

Several professors at universities have already begun implementing the Securexam Remote Proctor.

Learn about this new technology and what it means for the future of education.

Read More:

  • New Remote Proctoring System Allows Students to Take Tests at Home (PopularScience)
  • Invigilation Technology Allows Tests to Be Taken Anywhere (BBCNews)
Molly Plunkett

is a journalism student at Indiana University and an online producer for A Moment of Science. She is originally from Wheaton, IL.

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