Understanding Honorlock In-exam flags

Flags are used to refer to incidents or notifications that occur within an test taker’s session. An example of an in-exam flag is when your face goes out of frame. The AI will note your face has gone out of frame. In-exam flags are marked by the AI or one of Honorlock’s proctors and are not always indicative of a violation. Flags are provided to exam administrators so they can have a better understanding of your exam experience. Dishonesty is always up to the discretion of the instructor or exam administrator.

View Honorlock's documentation for more information on in-exam flags.

Modified on: Wed, May 1, 2024 at 3:22 PM

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