DSPS Test Proctor
Test Proctoring services provides additional time on tests,
distraction free environment, low stress, and other test related
Test Proctor: Roberta Gottfried
Location: C - 114
Email: Roberta Gottfried
Hours: Fall 2012
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Register for Test Proctoring
Instruction for Students
- Bring your current Academic
Accommodation Form to the Test Proctor
in the DSPS High Tech Center, Room C-114.
- The Test Proctor will complete a
blue DSPS Exam Accommodation Form for
each class. The form is only valid for the
current semester. Take the form to your
instructor, who will complete the bottom
section, sign it, and return it to you. The
student must return the signed form to the Test
Proctor within 5 days.
- The signed Exam Accommodation
Form must be on file with the Test Proctor
before test appointments are scheduled.
- TEST APPOINTMENTS MUST BE SCHEDULED
5 WORKING DAYS IN ADVANCE: come by the
Test Proctoring Office in C-114; or call the
Test Proctor at (619) 660-4577; or email
- Bring all supplies
that are allowed by your instructor, such as
scantrons, pencils, pens, calculators, blue
books and scratch paper. DSP&S does not
provide any supplies.
- Be on time for your
appointment. If you are unable to keep
your appointment or will be late, call the Test
Proctor at (619) 660-4577.
- If you miss two test
appointments, testing services will be
suspended until you meet with the DSPS
Text version of "How
to Register for Test Proctoring"
Steps to Test Proctoring for
Instructions for Faculty - Test Proctoring
DSPS provides test accommodations for students with documented
disabilities. Your student has requested testing accommodation(s). If you would like the Test Proctor to administer
your tests, please follow the instructions below. If you have any
questions, call the Test Proctor at 660-4577.
- Complete and sign
the Test Proctoring form. Return signed form to student who will take it to Test
Proctor in the High Tech Lab in the LRC, Room C -102. This form
is valid for the entire semester. Students cannot schedule tests
without a signed form.
- Test Scheduling: Students must schedule a
test appointment with the Test Proctor five days before the test
date. Tests cannot be taken without an appointment.
- When to send
tests: A special confidential envelope and blue Test Request Form
are sent to you five days before the test date. It is very important
that tests are sent to the Test Proctor three (3) days before the
scheduled test or as soon as possible to avoid delays or having
to reschedule the student because the test was not received. Tests
are kept in a secure, safe location.
- How to send tests:
mail in the “Test Proctor” box in the mailroom.
- Email to Roberta.Gottfried@gcccd.edu
- Fax: (619) 660-4490
- Drop it off in the High Tech Lab, Room C-116
- Special Instructions: If at any time during the semester you wish
to alter your testing instructions, please note the change on your
test or call the Test Proctor. Verbal changes delivered by the student
are not accepted.
- Completed tests: When the student has finished
testing, the test is sealed in a confidential envelope and returned
to your mailbox on the same day.