Test proctoring for some courses is available through the Learning Commons. Please check the course syllabus or ask your instructor if you are allowed to test with Learning Commons.
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Monday - Thursday tests must be submitted by 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Friday tests must be submitted by 4:30 p.m.
No testing on Saturday or Sunday via the Learning Commons
Closed: May 27th, May 30th, June 17th, July 1st, July 4th, July 22nd
All virtual testing is by appointment only
In-person testing with the Learning Commons is available at the Gallatin Campus Monday - Friday. No appointment is necessary for in-person testing.
In-person testing at Cookeville, Livingston, and Springfield will be proctored via Zoom as there is not always a proctor available in-person. Please see the virtual testing instructions below to schedule your appointment.
Virtual Testing (by appointment only)
Virtual testing is available by appointment Monday – Saturday
To schedule your virtual testing appointment, visit the Learning Commons Virtual Testing Scheduling Page
Before joining the Zoom Room
Before joining the Zoom Room, please make sure of the following:
Please Note: Many classes require the use of a second device while testing via Zoom. Please check your syllabus or ask your instructor if you aren't sure if you need a second device for testing
Once you Join the Zoom Room
At the start of your scheduled time, join the Learning Commons Math & Science Zoom Room: Zoom Waiting Room
Late arrivals may not be admitted and may be required to reschedule for another test date.
Once you join the Zoom testing room, you will enter a waiting room and might have to wait a few minutes. When it is your turn, you will be admitted to the Zoom Room. The check-in process will begin in this room. You will be asked to give your name, course number, instructor, and Zoom version. You will then be assigned to a separate check-in room.
In this check-in room, you will:
Throughout your test, you are required to share your computer screen, use your webcam to give a head and shoulders view of yourself and keep your microphone on. A second device may also be required to show you in your workspace while testing. Although you are not allowed to mute your microphone, you should turn your speaker volume all the way down to help reduce distractions while you are testing.
The following will be reported to your instructor:
Academic dishonesty, and its consequences, are defined in the Student Handbook on page 37.