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What is the difference between live proctoring and record and review?

Live Proctoring

Live proctoring - or live invigilation - means that candidates are supervised in real time via multiple streams (web camera, mobile camera and the screen of the candidates' computer).

A proctor can monitor and interact in writing with multiple students at the same time on ProctorExam.

Record & Review

The Record & Review tests allow more flexibility, as giving the option to be taken at anytime and anywhere.

The entire test session is recorded, from multiple angles with the same streams as for live proctoring: web camera, mobile camera and the screen of the candidates' computer.

These recorded exam sessions are then made available in the ‘Reviewer’ panel on ProctorExam, are reviewed and documented later by a reviewer.