Seamless and secure
online proctoring

A global proctoring solution for your online exams

A pioneer in online test integrity, Examity has been recognized for efficiency, security, and convenience. Our platform offers a variety of online proctoring styles, from automated through to live, for hundreds of colleges and universities worldwide.

What makes Examity unique?

Integration

Examity can be implemented with any LMS, including Canvas, Blackboard, D2L Brightspace, Moodle, and Sakai. Our simple and straightforward approach includes single sign-on for all users, presenting a seamless experience for students, instructors, and administrators.

Flexibility

When it comes to test integrity, our clients have their own ideas and preferences. Rather than offer just one proctoring style, Examity’s platform allows clients to select the level that best fits their needs, from automated through to live.

Technology

Proctoring millions of exams a year means that we must stay ahead of the latest violation trends. Our solution is constantly evolving to reflect technology and industry advancements.

Reporting

Our comprehensive dashboard gives you immediate access to all the information you need, including completion rates, violation reports, and video files, allowing you to quickly assess, and address, suspicious behavior.

Support

We recognize that exam day can sometimes feel overwhelming for your students. With this in mind, we maintain a robust support structure to address any and all concerns your test-takers may have. Support is offered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year via online chat, email, and phone.

Service

Examity offers low wait times and an industry-leading average 2:1 student-to-proctor ratio, arguably the biggest factor in student satisfaction. We do not switch proctors. The same proctor that authenticates the student will be with them for the duration of their exam.

Examity services have allowed our 100% online programs, particularly our fully online MBA program, to ensure rigor and integrity in course exams.

– Mike Williams,

Instructional Technologist, The University of Louisiana at Lafayette