You are encouraged to discuss exam accommodations with instructors. Collaboration between students and instructors most often leads to creative, optimal accommodation solutions. It is always best if you can take your tests/exams with the professor or GTA so you can have the same access to them as the other students in the class during the exam. For example, your instructor may be able to provide an environment for extra time for exams and may even suggest that your exam be proctored by a GTA assigned to his/her courses. Sometimes, however, extended time or other exam accommodations cannot be provided by an instructor. Additionally, you may need to use a reader, writer, computer (word processor), or other equipment to enable you to optimally perform on testing. More extensive accommodations such as these will necessitate a proctored exam environment.
NOTE: It is your responsibility to request all exams and/or finals you would like to have proctored by the OA Testing Center.PDF Instructions of How to Schedule Proctored Exams
NOTE: While every attempt will be made to schedule proctored exams or finals during the regularly scheduled class exam/final period, proctored exams or finals may not coincide with class exams or finals, depending on your class schedule and available proctors and space.
NOTE: Final exam schedule is posted at the start of each semester by the Registrar Final Exam Schedule. You are encouraged to make final exam requests as soon as possible. Any late requests will be filled if space and proctors are available.