I am done with my exams.
To share the wonders of the british education system: a proctor (as us American’s call them) are known as “invigilators” here. For some reason I find this very funny.
Here is the definition from Merriam-Webster:
- Inflected Form(s): in·vig·i·lat·ed; in·vig·i·lat·ing
- Etymology: Latin invigilatus, past participle of invigilare to stay awake, be watchful, from in- + vigilare to stay awake — more at vigilant
- Date: 1553
intransitive verb: to keep watch; especially British : to supervise students at an examination