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A headset is not required, no sounds comes out of the exam environment. It is required some kind of microphone (eg, internal laptop microphone) for the exam proctor to listen to the room's ambient sound (or lack thereof) to ensure no external help is being delivered.
That's not quite correct: During the setup of the exam environment you need a speaker to confirm that recordings taken from your microphone have been successfully played back at you.
That's what I think as well. If you need a mic, you'll need speakers. I don't want to use my laptop that has a built-in mic, because it has a tiny screen. Instead, I'd like to use my PC which doesn't have a built-in mic. I hope a wired headset will be fine.
Thank you. I'm curious, how should I communicate with the proctor if I'm using a PC with no built-in microphone or speakers? I can hook external speakers, but the microphone is still a question to me.