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What is the Trust Score?

As users take tests, AutoProctor monitors their environment real-time to see if they are cheating. It gains access to their camera, mic and the screen they are looking at, very similar to how a human would monitor them.

At the end of the test, our proprietary algorithm calculates a trust score based on all the evidence gathered. This trust score depends on a variety of factors, like the type of violation, its frequency and duration. The Trust Score is a number between 0% and 100%, and the lower it is, the more likely we think the student cheated on the test.

Of course, like all AI tools, AutoProctor isn't perfect. Even if a student's test attempt has a very low trust score, we highly recommend that you review the evidence to see if they actually cheated on the test.

Updated on: 05/02/2023

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