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Proctor Code Check Is Bypassed If An Assessment Has A Time Limit Set (Doc ID 2440934.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle iLearning - Version 6.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Using the iLearning assessment builder, if an assessment has a time limit set, and proctor codes are assigned to the assessment offering, when a learner launches the assessment, they can bypass the proctor code check presented before they get to the first question and access the test. If there is no time limit set on the assessment, the functionality works appropriately.

Steps to reproduce
1. At the site level > More > Proctor codes, create a proctor code
2. Create an assessment object with a few questions. Set a time limit of say 60 minutes for the assessment
3. Offer the assessment
4. Edit the offering and click the Proctor Codes option
5. Select the proctor code you added in step one for the offering.
6. Enroll in the offering
7. Launch the assessment. You will see the test instructions page with the Proctor code. Enter any non valid value in the field, or enter nothing and click to Continue test. The proctor code check is bypassed and the user starts in with the first question which should not be allowed as the proctor code was not valid.




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