Noun(1) someone who supervises (an examination
Verb(1) watch over (students taking an exam, to prevent cheating
(1) I don't stay in the room the whole time like a regular proctor .(2) Whether he's using his digital kung-fu skills to single-handedly stomp an army of simulacra or engaging in sweaty coitus with Carrie-Anne Moss, he looks about as concerned as your average high school exam proctor .(3) Any students enrolled in the program will require a proctor at their plant or office location.(4) He held various university posts during this time including proctor and he received a number of degrees such as M.A. in 1323 and B.Th. some time before 1333.(5) Assuming everything checks out, the proctor records the fingerprints (some number of them) of the person and he is issued a V-ID card.(6) I suspect that she, or her proctor , used this phrasing because it was just vague enough to make its defamatory value uncertain, even under the emerging rules in the London consistory.(7) I took a deep breath, when the proctor asked me if I wanted to do my solo, scales or sight reading first.(8) The proctor mailed the completed student exams and assignments to the instructor in a postage paid envelope that the proctor received with the exam.(9) The students are taking the exam in two different rooms, so I did not want to proctor .(10) The proctor will administer tests and act as liaison with Purdue University.(11) This resolves many issues, mainly the increasing issue of false fire-alarms, proctor issues and abnormal waiting periods between exams.(12) He was known for his mysterious changes in status, for at one time he might be a lackey, the next a noble, then a musketeer to an abbe or all the way to being a proctor .(13) On the morning of the seventh day - as my exhausted hand added the last feeble marks of punctuation - the proctor (to whom the local constabulary had given permission to re-enter the building) returned.(14) Because the participants were told that they had to answer every question, even if they had to guess, the proctor informed them when half the allotted time had elapsed so that they could pace their remaining responses as required.(15) A Calvinist proctor in the nineteenth century had noticed its contributors were all insubordinates and shut it down: by fines or flogging where possible, arson where not.(16) A proctor read the scales out loud to the students with learning disabilities, since their reading levels were generally low and they tended to have difficulty with the instructions.
1. monitor ::
2. invigilate ::
Different Formsproctor, proctored, proctoring, proctors
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