Faculty and Students - What Happens if LockDown Browser is Not Used to Take a Test When it is Required?

2019

Students - What Happens if LockDown Browser is Not Used to Take a Test When it is Required?

 

If students do not use LockDown Browser to take a test in Blackboard that requires the use of LockDown Browser than students will be asked to enter a password. 

LockDown Browser uses a specific password that is unknown to students. therefore students will be unable to access the test with a standard Internet browser.

 

 

 

What if my Instructor Setup a Test with a Password?

If your instructor requires a password in order to take a test in Blackboard then the password the instructor selected will not work. You must use LockDown Browser in order to take the test. 

 

Note: This only occurs if your instructor requires LockDown Browser to be used with a test. You will know if your test requires LockDown Browser when the words "Requires Respondus LockDown Browser" appear after the test title.

Posted - Fri, May 17, 2019 at 10:17 AM. This article has been viewed 4240 times.
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