Mettl Offering Online Proctor Service and Online Aptitude Test for Candidates


Posted May 5, 2017 by mettl1

Mettl provides online platforms for assessments and examinations. Their systems have been revered for being exceptional in the HR and academic spheres.

 
Mettl provides online platforms for assessments and examinations. Their systems have been revered for being exceptional in the HR and academic spheres. Their remote proctors allow one to take an assessment at a remote location of their choice while still maintaining examination. Online proctoring involves synchronous remote monitoring by a human being or a video recording of a student’s behavior during the exam. Online proctoring ensures that people taking the test are what they claim to be. It also helps make sure that test-takers do not involve in cheating during the exam. Their online aptitude tests help in screening interview candidates.

Anirban Roy, their AVP, Sales and Marketing states, “At Mettl, we provide aptitude tests online for candidates.Our cognitive assessments have assisted many organizations to save time during their recruitment processes. Our online aptitude tests will help play a vital role in your recruitment process. They will help you filter a high number of candidates to ensure you remain with only the best. You can also benefit from the reports generated after the test which you can use to analyze each candidate's profile.”

For a typical online proctoring system, one installs the software on their computer. On beginning the exam, the application assesses their computer and webcam. The student has to confirm their identity by holding up their ID to the camera. They can also verify their identity through facial recognition. Further still, they might be asked to type a short phrase so that their keystrokes are analyzed and compared to previous samples. In other cases, a password known only by the proctor is used to begin the test. It makes it possible for the proctor to gain control of the student's computer to enter the password. During the exam, a lockdown mechanism may be used to bar the student from opening other web browsers. Remote proctoring helps minimize the chances of cheating.

Anirban Roy continues, “When a student is taking an exam online, a camera records all the proceedings. Our remote proctoring systems relay the video to a human proctor in real time. Our proctor will be able to observe the student’s eye movements or other behaviors that amount to signs of cheating. While using our automated proctoring service, the software may flag the student's behavior and could indicate fraud. These instances are then reviewed by the faculty later. Also, a student can take the exam wherever they choose, be it in a residence apartment or hall. Further still, the student has a choice to decide when to take the test. Our online proctor service will help you safeguard against any form of cheating on assessments.”

Remote proctoring provides provide a means of supporting academic integrity. Online proctoring tools have the potential of becoming the benchmark for online courses. The tools are enhanced through artificial intelligence by incorporating machine analysis of a student’s biometric responses. Gadgets like smart watches can be employed to detect changes in a student’s pulse and temperature. Information may then be sent to proctoring software for analysis.

[b]About Mettl[/b]

Mettl persuades universities and colleges to teach online courses. This is because remote proctors provide confidence to a secure testing option. Mettl provides a wide spectrum of online systems for tests and assessment ideal for HR departments, assessment agencies, and academic institutions.
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Last Updated May 5, 2017
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