For general questions about proctored testing and finding a proctor, please contact the SinclairOnline Testing Coordinator by email at email@example.com or by calling 937-512-2990 or 1-888-226-2457.
SinclairOnline works to provide students with a fully online experience. The Sinclair College Honor Code requires all students to uphold the values of social responsibility, citizenship, and personal accountability. To support implementation of the Honor Code and to protect the integrity of students’ work, some proctored or supervised testing may be required.
Students who live within 60 miles from Sinclair’s Dayton campus must take their placement test and proctored, online course tests at a Sinclair Testing Center. A list of the online courses that require proctored testing is at the bottom of this page.
Students who live beyond 60 miles from Sinclair's Dayton campus have the option of using a proctor, or exam supervisor, to have their placement test, proficiency tests and proctored online course tests administered closer to home. Students are responsible for obtaining a suitable proctor. The Proctor Information page has more information.
NOTE: Proctors may charge a fee for each test that they supervise. Students are responsible for all proctoring fees.
Do you live 60 or more miles from campus? Distance from Sinclair can be calculated using Google Maps.
Sinclair uses a test called ALEKS for placement testing. The placement test is an untimed computerized assessment in Math and English that Sinclair uses to properly enroll a student in classes. Students who already have English and/or Math on their transcript from another college or university should contact a SinclairOnline Academic Coach before taking the placement test. The first time a student takes the placement test there is no fee. They may retake the placement test, or any part of the placement test, once per calendar year for $15.00. If a student would like to retest, they must wait 24 hours between tests. The most recent scores are valid for two years. The Proctored Placement Test page has more information.
Sinclair faculty have developed proficiency tests for many Sinclair courses. A proficiency test measures a student’s knowledge of the subject area of the course. A student who passes a proficiency test will earn credit for a specific Sinclair course without enrolling in the course. There is a non-refundable fee for testing that is paid before the test is given. The Proctored Proficiency Test page has more information.
|ACC||1210||Introduction to Financial Accounting|
|ACC||1220||Introduction to Managerial Accounting|
|BIS||1201||Keyboarding & Document Formatting|
|BIS||1301||Advanced Document Formatting & Keyboarding|
|CAT||2401||Engineering Technology Project Management|
|CHE||1111||Introduction to Chemistry I|
|CHE||1311||College Chemistry I|
|ECO||2160||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|ECO||2180||Principles of Microeconomics|
|MAT||1130||Allied Health Math|
|MAT||1440||Excursions in Mathematics|
|MAT||1460||Finite Mathematics for Business Analysis|
|MAT||2160||Calculus for Business and Economics|
|MAT||2170||Business Statistics I|
|MAT||2180||Business Statistics II|
NOTE: Tests may be proctored:
This information is subject to change.