Proctored exams are visible only if you are enrolled in the verified track for your course. If you are not in the verified track, you take the same or an equivalent exam, without proctoring.
If you want to be eligible for credit for passing your course, make sure you enroll in or upgrade to the verified track before the first exam.
Some courses that grant academic course credit require learners to pass at least one proctored exam. Proctored exams differ from regular exams in the following ways.
To be eligible for course credit, you must receive a Satisfactory result for your proctoring session review. For more information about academic course credit, see Taking a Course for Academic Credit.
Proctored exams are indicated on the Course page with a pencil icon and a “Proctored Option Available” label.