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Final Exams for all Summer Semester NetMath courses

Event Type
Lecture
Sponsor
NetMath
Date
Aug 6, 2021   9:00 am - 6:30 pm  
E-Mail
netmath@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
NetMath Summer Semester Courses Calendar

2021 Summer Proctoring Systems Information:

ProctorU

ProctorU is a professional online exam administration and proctoring system. Most 2021 NetMath Summer Semester courses will use ProctorU for their final exams. There is a cost associated with taking exams through ProctorU; NetMath will cover the cost for 2021 summer semester NetMath final exams. A few weeks before the August 6, 2021 final exam date, students will receive a ProctorU code that allows them to take their NetMath course final exam free of charge.

For detailed instructions on using ProctorU, see https://netmath.illinois.edu/taking-netmath-exam-using-proctoru

Gradescope

Midterm exams for many 2021 NetMath Summer Semester courses will be administered via Gradescope https://www.gradescope.com/. Students in a Moodle course (Math 416, 417, 441) will have 90 minutes to take their exam and 30 minutes to upload it to Gradescope. Students in a CAS-ILE course (Math 220, 231, 241, 285, 286, 415, 461) have 24 hours to complete their exam. Gradescope exams are administered free of charge.

NetMath Online Exam System (NOES)

Midterm exams for Math 292 will use the NetMath Online Exam System (NOES). This exam system is operated by NetMath and is available to students free of cost. Students will be able to start their exam at any time during a 24 hour window starting at 10 am CST on the scheduled exam date (July 13th). Once started, students have 90 minutes to take the exam and 30 minutes immediately afterwards to upload their answers. Please Note: The exam will close at the 24-hour mark, at 10 am CST the following day. Video instructions on how to use NOES are posted here: https://mediaspace.illinois.edu/media/t/1_fwzfu7ry 

 

Questions?

For proctor related inquires, please send an email to proctor@netmath.illinois.edu

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