Medical Terminology (Anatomy & Physiology) 60 hours Proctor Information & Application Form

Online students must arrange to have the final exam invigilated, either at a Vancouver Island University campus, through their local college or university, or through a qualified proctor within 2 weeks (14 days) after the course end date.
The final exam is computer-based and consists of 160 multiple choice and matching questions worth 100 points (some questions are multi-part questions). The final exam is worth 40% of your grade. It is a closed-book exam. Students have 2.5 hours to complete the final exam. Specific questions about the final exam should be directed to the instructor. Please note: All costs associated with having the final exam invigilated are at the students expense. VIU's cost of invigilation is $20.00.
Valid invigilation sites are:

Vancouver Island University:

Nanaimo Campus:  Building 200, Room 219

Book your exam date and time.

  1. Choose the appropriate exam group from the list.
  2. On the calendar, click on the date that you would like to sit the exam.
  3. Available dates are ‘live’. If you cannot select a date it means that it is not available.

Cowichan Campus, call Student Affairs at 250-746-3509 or email Gaby Lepitre at assessments.cowichan@viu.ca

Powell River Campus, call 604-485-2878 or Erin Johnson at erin.johnson@viu.ca

Alternatively, you can arrange to have your invigilation done at your local college or university.

Or, you can arrange for a private proctor. Your prospective proctor must complete this online form so that they can be approved as a proctor.

AFTER YOU HAVE BOOKED YOUR invigilation date and time, please complete this form to let us know how you plan to have your final Medical Terminology exam invigilated.

Private proctor applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. An adult (19 years or older)
  2. Not a member of the student's immediate family (spouse, parent, step-parent, guardian, child, sibling, step-sibling)
  3. Not a member of the student's household (boarder, roommate, etc.)
  4. Active in a recognized profession such as a policeman, doctor, lawyer, accountant, teacher, public health inspector, or military officer.
  5. Has access to a computer, an active work-related email address, and a connection to the internet.
  6. Is willing to actively supervise and time the writing of the exam for the maximum exam time allocation of 2.5 hours.
  7. Has no vested interest in the final outcome of the results of the exam.

*Note: Printed documentation to verify proctor identity may be required.

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