Are you taking a distance ed course this semester? Do you need to find a proctor for your exam? Check out these resources that may help.
There is a great interactive map of proctoring sites approved by the UNC system. Check it out. Included on the map is the location, what is provided, and the cost at each site.
Map of Proctoring Sites
Also, Wake County Public Library branches provide free proctoring services. Each branch website has a link to information about proctoring.
List of branches in the Wake County Public Libraries System
Book early to make sure you can get a proctor for the date and time you want. Good luck on your exam!
Everyone at Duke can now download and install the ChemBioDraw Ultra Suite from Duke OIT. ChemBioDraw is a powerful drawing and analysis tool that will be useful for many scientists, not just chemists. Features include proton NMR with peak splitting and highlighting, amino acid and DNA sequence tools, TLC plate drawing tool, Struct=Name, ISIS/Draw mode and stoichiometric analysis.
To download the software, visit the OIT site here.
Thanks to the Chemistry Department and Duke OIT for the license.
Are you thinking about going on in school? Do you want to get some practice in before taking your GRE, MCAT, GMAT, or LSAT? Well the library can help! We have a database called Learning Express Library that can help. Once you get into the database, create a free account so that you can keep track of your results. Then click on College Students in the menu on the left. Then choose Graduate School Entrance Exams Preparation. Choose the test you want and get started!
Get started here!