About Online Proctoring

Online Proctoring Is Now Available: Test Remotely, Including from Home!

The Arizona Department of Education is pleased to announce the availability of online proctoring for select assessments in the AEPA program. Online proctoring allows you to take your test securely from your home, school, or business. With just a simple check-in process—involving ID verification, face-matching technology, and a live greeter—you can test without having to travel to a test center.

Phased Rollout of Online Proctoring Availability

The following select assessments* will become available for online proctoring, in addition to continuing to be available via computer-based testing at test centers.

* Note: Due to technical requirements, certain assessments may not be offered via online proctoring and will continue to be available via computer-based testing only. For example, tests that require the use of a scanner and tests that include an audio component cannot be administered via online proctoring.

Phase 1 assessments: Registration opens June 2, 2021

  • Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Elementary
  • Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Secondary
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business Education
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education Subtests I and II
  • English Language Arts
  • Essential Academic Skills Subtests I, II, and III
  • General Science
  • History
  • Middle Grades English Language Arts
  • Middle Grades General Science
  • Middle Grades Social Science
  • Physical Education
  • Physics
  • Social Science
  • Special Education

Phase 2 assessments: Registration opens October 12, 2021

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Professional Knowledge—Early Childhood

Phase 3 assessments: Registration opens December 7, 2021

  • Constitutions of the United States and Arizona
  • Principal Subtests I and II

Phase 4 assessments: Registration opens January 25, 2022

  • Reading Endorsement 6–12
  • Special Education: Early Childhood

Phase 5 assessments: Registration opens March 15, 2022

  • Foundations of Reading
  • Health
  • Reading Endorsement K–8
  • School Library Media Specialist

Phase 6 assessments: Registration opens April 26, 2022

  • Political Science/American Government
  • Professional Knowledge—Adult Education

Phase 7 assessment: Registration opens June 7, 2022

  • Economics

Can I Test Remotely?

Many candidates are eligible for remote testing. Review the following steps to determine if online proctoring is right for you.

Step #1: Make Sure You Have the Right Equipment

You provide your own equipment for testing. You must have access to the following:

  • Required—a desktop or a laptop; tablets and touch screens cannot be used for your test
  • Required—a single monitor; extra monitors are not allowed; you need to remove them from the testing room, if possible, or unplug them
  • Required if using an external monitor with a laptop—you must have an external mouse, keyboard, and webcam, and the lid of your laptop must be closed
  • Recommended—a personal computer rather than a work computer, which may have additional security that can interfere with your testing session

Review the complete system and testing environment requirements PDF Document.

Step #2: Take the System Test

Take the system test before you register link opens in a new window. This will determine if your equipment is eligible for online proctoring.

Step #3: Review the Policies and Guidelines

Review the testing policies and what to expect on the day of the test on this website. (Select your test to get started.) If you are able to comply with these policies and guidelines, you may register for online proctoring.

Registration Is Now Open

If you passed the system test, you may now register to test via online proctoring. Select your test for detailed scheduling information.

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