The Provo City Library can administer exams for a variety of different institutions, including distance learning centers, colleges and universities, and licensing agencies. Staff members will act as proctors and will verify identification, ensure that the time limit for taking the test is adhered to, and see that the completed test is returned in the manner specified.
There is a $15 fee for each exam scheduled for proctoring. Payment will be accepted at the time the exam is administered.
Proctoring services are only available by prearranged appointment during library hours. Please schedule all exams at least one week in advance.
Please note that:
If any of the following conditions apply, the student will need to take the examination in another location:
Additional test proctoring services are available at these local testing centers:
First, notify the school or institution of the library’s address and any other pertinent information. The test will be sent to the library from the school or institution.
ATTN: Adult & Teen Services Department
Provo City Library
550 N University Ave Provo, UT 84601
Supervising Librarian: Breanne Gilroy
Next, request an appointment by completing our online form found below. A librarian will get back to you as soon as possible verifying your appointment. Please be sure to include both the date and the time you wish to take the test.
Please arrive at the scheduled time. Bring your photo ID, proctoring fee, and any allowed testing materials (e.g., calculator, pen, pencil, notes, etc.).
A Provo City librarian will be scheduled to proctor all exams. However, the proctor who begins supervising the exam may be replaced by another proctor before your exam is over.
Due to the nature of the library, we cannot guarantee a quiet place or continuous monitoring throughout the exam. You will be in sight of the proctor and the proctor will check on you periodically.
Library services take priority over proctoring. Proctors cannot interpret test instructions or assist in technical matters for an online test.
Proctors will enforce any rules listed in exam materials.
You or your testing institution are responsible for any postage required to return your exam by mail.
After the test is taken and the papers are signed indicating that the appropriate procedures were used, the test is then sent back for grading. You are encouraged to contact your testing institution, after the exam, to make sure they have received your completed exam. Allow a few days for exams returned via postal mail.