Before you can take your Password test on your Apple MacOS device, you must first install Chrome then install the ProctorU extension.
To do this, please closely follow the steps in the guide and video below.
How to Prepare a Mac OS Computer for your Password Exam:
Installing Chrome and ProctorU Extension (to take the exam on a Mac computer)
To take a Password test on a Mac computer you must use Chrome browser with the ProctorU Chrome extension installed.
If you don’t already have Chrome installed on your Mac then it can be downloaded and installed from one of these sites:
2.) Once you have Chrome installed on your Mac you must then install the ProctorU Chrome Extension from the Google Chrome Store. To do this open one of the below links (using Chrome) and click the ‘Add to Chrome’ button
- Global: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/proctoru/goobgennebinldhonaajgafidboenlkl
- Mainland China: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/proctoru/goobgennebinldhonaajgafidboenlkl?hl=zh
If you are having difficulty accessing the Google Chrome Store, then please follow these instructions to manually download and install the ProctorU Chrome Extension:
Before you begin, check if you have an older version of ProctorU Ver 1.09.0_0 installed, and if so remove it from Chrome and repeat these steps:
1.) Download the Zip folder containing the ProctorU Chrome extension here: https://media.intostudy.com/raw/upload/v1623061775/Password%20Exam%20Preparation%20/1.109.0_0.crx.zip *please note, this link can sometimes expire. We will try to ensure this is the latest version
2.) Save the Zip folder to your computer
3.) Unzip the folder as follows:
- Right click on the folder
- Select ‘Open With’
- Select ‘Archive Utility’
4.) Open Chrome and in the address bar type: chrome://extensions
5.) In top right-hand corner of the browser window turn on ‘Developer Mode’
6.) Press the ‘Load Unpacked’ button and then find and select the unzipped folder containing the ProctorU extension pack from step 3
You should now see ProctorU extension appearing in your Chrome browser