Tests are administered online using a confidential pass code emailed to the proctor by Latter-day Learning. Students use their own computer, or a computer of the proctor. Students must remain supervised by the proctor during the entire exam. A chaperone (e.g. parent, friend) may be present so long as the student does not interact with that person during the exam. Interaction during the test with anyone except the proctor is considered dishonest and may be grounds for receiving a failing grade for the course. The student must remain in the room during the examination. The exams must not be duplicated in any way (including screen-captured, copied/pasted, photographed, printed, etc.). If you are unable to proctor an exam after all, you may not give the exam passcode to another person or the student. Students must show ID or be personally known to you. Students suspected of cheating should be reported to American Heritage School's International Student Admissions Office (email@example.com
) as soon as possible.