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This is my first semester using CMU online courses. The classes are fast moving, but very interesting and informative. My professors have been quick to respond with any questions or concerns I may have had. I am aware that I may need to have a proctor for exams. However, none of my classes so far have required this. I did check with my local library, and I am able to arrange to have any exams neccesary to be proctored there. So far, my experience at CMU has been very positive.

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Hello, this is my first year at CMU. My first class is an online course. I was told that I need to identify a proctor for exams. They suggested one of their centers or my local library. My local library doesn't proctor exams nor does the University of Michigan libraries (I work at U of M).

CMU is not user friendly to students who work traditional work hours such as M-F 8:00-5:00 p.m. I was told that if I wanted to use one of the centers I would have to come before 5:00 p.m., or come on my lunch hour, or make an appt. during working hours. I was shocked! I now have to use Washtenaw Community College testing center and pay $30.00 to have each exam proctored.

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