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A fully-automated proctoring system with AI-based machine learning to flag suspicious events and analyze behavior patterns to learn from them.  

  • Hand Detection

    Hand Detection

    When a hand covers part of the face, or is consistently moving in erratic ways, the system will flag this at a low level.
  • Facial Tracking

    Facial Tracking

    eProctor’s intelligent algorithms track facial movements and flag when attention is diverted.
  • Multi-Face Detection

    Multi-Face Detection

    If another face enters the screen at any point, their face will be noted and tracked as well.
  • No/Obstructed Face

    No/Obstructed Face

    If the test taker gets up to leave or obstructs their face in any way, the system will log these events.
  • Wrong Face

    Wrong Face

    If someone else sits down to take the test in place of the student, the system will notice that the test taker does not match the picture on file. If two people switch out during the test, this will also be flagged.


Remove the manual element for a less intrusive, more comfortable proctoring experience, anytime, anywhere. Automated proctoring offers consistent results that only get better, and a solution that grows with your program, translating to a more affordable solution in both the short and long term. 

Meet Technology.

eMedley caters to the specific testing needs of programs, and eProctor just takes that one step further. With the most intuitive user layout, and no additional complexity other than program-specific needs, it has never been easier to integrate an automated proctoring service.


End-to-End Recording

All exam sessions are recorded and accessible from end-to-end with both the test-taker’s face as well as their screen. 

Student Identification

The combination of secure authentication, Lockdown browser, and student picture comparison creates additional assurances on the identity of the person taking the test. 

Proctoring Log

After a test has been taken, you have access to the list of flagged incidents, and the ability to playback all of them.


At any time, administrators have access to intuitive interfaces to see the status of any exam or test-taker they want to review. Add the optional dashboard for a deeper look.

Automated Monitoring

Neural network and machine learning constantly monitors test-taker actions and behaviors and flags key incidents for later review.

On-Demand Access

Whether it be 3pm or 3am, test-takers have the flexibility to take an exam at a time most convenient for them. Anytime, anyday, within the given time frame.

Color-Coded Flagging

Color-coded incident reports make it easy to differentiate the more contentious offenses from accidents.

Proctoring Options

Choose which tests to proctor on a test by test basis. Choose to run automated analysis or do in-house video review.

Screen-Video Comparison

Advanced optional functionality to view the students camera as well as their screen simultaneously to monitor testing behavior.


Step 1

Select a test to assign, assure that the lockdown browser settings are on, and enable to option for Automated Proctoring

Step 2

When students go to take the test, they will be prompted to assure that their microphone and camera are on and working, and then they may begin their test.

Step 3

eProctor will notice and flag key events, analyzing the activity and video to provide a comprehensive report on each student.

Step 4

Review video footage with the flagged markers in order to assess student’s performance.

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log interface

Each submission of each test generates it’s own proctoring log, with a fully analyzed video ready for review soon after the test has been submitted.


The intuitive interface provides multiple viewing options to skip to certain parts of the video, view the screen, compare incident reports against other tests, and more.

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The optional comprehensive proctoring dashboard provides detailed feedback on student testing behavior at a glance.

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Easily break down this the dashboard data to organize proctoring results by student or test, with graphical displays and tables specific to each.