ExamSoft’s computer-based assessment solution allows you to choose what’s best for your program and institution, giving you the flexibility to administer exams in the classroom, in a remote setting, or some hybrid of the two. Our platform provides a consistent assessment experience for exam-takers and gives educators the confidence to deliver exams in any modality. No matter the setting, ExamSoft offers a suite of convenient assessment features:
Protect the integrity of your exams by administering assessments offline – from any location – with a platform that fully controls test-taking devices.
All programs are disabled on an exam-taker’s device, including internet access, web browsers, screensavers, and software applications
Exam-taker actions, such as copied and pasted text, text entries, time spent on questions, content deletions, and navigation, are logged and time stamped.
Option to randomize questions and answers so exam-takers aren’t encountering content in the same order.
ExamMonitor works with ExamID to provide the highest level of exam security. Identify and deter academic dishonesty without being in the room with exam–takers.
Computer-based testing is an efficient way to assess students in any educational format, but it’s especially valuable in a remote setting. Exam-takers and instructors use one cohesive system, allowing for automated grading that saves hours of instructor time and sends immediate feedback to students.
With ExamSoft, you have access to insightful student, course, and program performance data regardless of modality. Quickly and easily find opportunities for student remediation and instruction adjustments to improve learning outcomes, engagement, and retention.
“The adoption and use of ExamSoft to prepare and administer the American College of Theriogenologists (ACT) Certifying Examination and the support of Dr. Rob Malinowski fortuitously prepared the ACT for the unforeseen need to administer the Certifying Examination remotely in 2020.”
Dr. Brian Whitlock, Chair of the American College of Theriogenologists Exam Committee
American College of Theriogenologists
“At the height of the pandemic and remote learning — March through May…we knew some students had kids and spouses at home, so we gave them a larger timeframe to take the exams. I would send out their password at the beginning of the day and the exam was already secured on their computer.”
Tamra Nielson, Assessment Coordinator
UNMC College of Medicine
“When the pandemic hit, we sent all students home, and yet, we had to have exams. With ExamSoft, we knew we had a platform that we could trust.”
Terese Bird, Educational Designer
Leicester Medical School