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Proctoring Settings for Tests on Equip

As the candidate takes the assessment, Equip continuously monitors the video feed, the audio feed, the screen the test taker is on, etc. If Equip detects that, for example, 2 people are looking at the screen, it immediately takes a photo of the camera feed.

Where to find the settings for Proctoring



A recruiter can check these settings while creating an assessment or later by going into the settings of any assessment from Recruiter's Dashboard.

To see what aspects of a candidate’s environment are being tracked, click on the Edit proctoring settings icon (marked with a red arrow) on the Test Order tab page for any test, to see which proctoring settings are enabled for that specific test. However, if you are using Equip's content for the test, you cannot change the proctoring settings because we keep it standardized for all of Equip's content.

Click on the Edit proctoring settings icon to see what will be tracked during the test

Ensure that you check the proctoring configurations for each test to ensure what is being tracked, as they may vary for different tests.

Understanding what Proctoring Settings are



All checkboxes are greyed out since you cannot enable or disable these settings. Each setting is described below.
Detect Audio: Record noise and audio cues in the background.
Detect Face: Capture a photo if the camera detects no faces (no face in the camera view or candidate covers the camera) or multiple faces.
Detect Switched Tab: When a user switches to a different tab/application, we detect this (Works on supported browsers).
Switched Tab Screenshot: When a user switches to a different tab/application, capture a screenshot ((Works on supported browsers).
Take Random Photos: Capture a few photos of the candidate throughout the test.
Detect Multiple Monitors: Detect if the candidate is connected to more than one monitor (Works on supported browsers).
Capture Photo Before Start Test: Take a photo of the candidate's face before every test starts. For the first test, it is enabled by default.
Enforce Full Screen: Candidates cannot take the test without entering full-screen mode when this is enabled. Recommended to avoid tab switching and cheating.
Enforce Desktop: Candidates can use only desktop to give the test. Useful if you are conducting coding challenges, etc which requires the user to have a large screen to work with.
Record User Session: Records the candidate's screens and actions (mouse clicks, keyboard typing), as they attempt the test.
Show Webcam Preview: Candidates will be able to see their webcam preview throughout the test.

Additionally, we also do plagiarism detection for programming tests and prevent candidates from copying anything from the test or pasting anything in the textbox/IDE to prevent them from cheating.

Proctoring settings for the test with Equip's content

In case you are creating a test with your own content, you can enable or disable any proctoring settings as per your need. Click here to learn how to create custom test.

When using Equip’s content we disable Detect Audio, Detect Face, Enforce Desktop, and Show Webcam Preview which can be enabled when you use custom content.

Updated on: 20/01/2023

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