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This information is a part of Testing.

To learn more about proctor caching, see Manage Proctor Caching.

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Because test content may be updated on the Pearson testing server after you initially cache content but before testing actually begins, Pearson recommends refreshing cached content on the proctor caching computer 48 hours prior to the start of a test session.

If you are caching content for the first time, use the instructions in Configure TestNav for Proctor Caching.

View Status of and Refresh Cached Content by Session

While you are viewing the status you can also refresh downloaded content for that test, reload the content, or purge content from the cache. This method works well when you are refreshing the cache for any number of sessions and is convenient for refreshing the content for all sessions that share the same proctor caching machine.

  1. From Testing > Sessions, search to find test session(s) that you want to view or refresh or click the down arrow next to the Search button to reveal and select the option to show all results. Select the session(s) you want to view or refresh.

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  2. Open the task list and select Precaching Test Content and click Start.

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  3. Click View Status. This will open the ProctorCache application in a new window. From that application you can refresh downloaded content for that test, reload the content, or purge content from the cache. See Set Up and Use ProctorCache for directions.

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Cache Test Content by Test

To cache content by test, follow these steps:

  1. From Setup > Precache by Test, mark the boxes to select one or more tests from the list.

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  2. Select one Precache Server from the list.

  3. Click Precache.

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