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Submit Exam Information

To request DELTA Testing Services for your course(s), instructors must submit exam information once a semester for each course. A separate form is required for each class section. The deadline for exam submissions is the fifth day of classes.

Service Level Agreement (SLA)

Review the Service Level Agreement and the selection and prioritization of classes to receive in-person proctoring at the test center. All requests to schedule exams are subject to test center availability. 

Test dates are available on a first-come basis. If a date you desire is unavailable, the test center is either closed or at max capacity. Choose the next available date or consider altering your exam window.

Exam Time Limit
(# of students)60 minutes90 minutes120 minutes150 minutes
1 – 502 days2 days2 days3 days
51 – 1252 days3 days3 days4 days
126 – 2003 days4 days5 days5 days
201 +3 days4 days5 days5 days
During the fall and spring semesters, all courses should follow the recommended minimum exam windows
Requested MaterialsLimitationsSuggested Alternatives
Open NotesNotes will not be collected, thus we cannot verify what student brings in or out of the testing rooms.Limit student notes to 4-pages or less that will be collected after completion of the exam
Open BookBooks will not be inspected for exam content, thus we cannot verify what
the student brings in or out of the
testing rooms
Limit student notes to 4-pages or less that will be collected after completion of the exam
Access to videos, old quizzes, and LMS contentProctor can not monitor which
materials the student may be
accessing
Limit student notes to 4-pages or less that will be collected after completion of the exam
Personal electronic devices (Laptops, Tablets, etc.)Not permitted at the test centerNot permitted at the test center
Ti-Inspire CalculatorNot permitted at the test centerNot permitted at the test center
Additional Software (RStudio,
JMP software, Excel, Word, etc
Saved data cannot be automatically deleted. Any information saved may be
accessible to all students. *Off-campus proctors do not have access to
NC State software.
Instructors must have alternatives for students who cannot access the software.
For ALL exams, permitted materials should be limited. We encourage instructors to adhere to the following suggested alternatives