How do I create my Examity student profile?
Students need to create profiles in Examity before they can schedule their exams.
Go to Examity.
Select Examity tool from your Sakai site to launch Examity.
Select My Profile from the Examity Dashboard.
Select My Profile to begin populating your profile information.
Read the steps to complete your profile.
Read the Welcome to Examity numbered list to begin. The list reads:
1. Check that your system has the necessary software.
2. Verify your user information.
3. Please upload a picture of your photo ID.
4. Set up your security questions.
5. Set up your keystroke biometrics.
6. Please click the save button if you make changes to your information.
Then, gather appropriate materials to complete your profile.
Check your technology.
Select Computer Requirements Check to review your technology and system requirements to ensure you have the correct set-up for the exam.
In addition, you should visit the How to I test my Technology? tutorial for more action items to review and prepare for your exam.
Verify your Account Information.
1. Review your First Name, Last Name, Email, and Phone Number are present and correct. If information is missing, type it in the appropriate spaces.
2. Then, select your Time Zone.
3. Select the Save button.
Upload your picture identification card.
1. Follow the directions to upload a copy of your photo ID: take a picture of your photo ID using a smartphone, camera, or webcam, save the image of the picture to your PC, and upload the image from your PC to Examity.
2. To upload the file, select Choose File.
3. Then, select Upload to save the photo to your profile.
Answer three security questions.
Select Edit to add three security questions.
Select and populate security questions.
Select three unique security questions, and populate your answers.
Then, select Save.
Enter your keystroke biometric signature.
Select Edit to enter your First Name and First Name and Last Name as a biometric signature. You may be asked to type this before your exam to authenticate your account.