Questions can be mapped to one or more curriculum competencies. These competencies are shown in an exam so that the spread of questions can be viewed by curriculum competency. Charting is used to better interpret the spread of questions within a bank or an exam.
Assign questions to specialities, categories, topics and subjects
Questions can be placed within specialities, categories, topics and subjects to ensure certain areas are covered by the questions in the bank or an exam.
These are colour coded and then used to show the spread of questions within an exam to make sure you don't have one subject dominating unless you want to.
Short Answer Questions (SAQ)
Extended Matching Questions (EMQ)
Structured Oral Examination (SOE)
To complete the whole cycle of examination management is the reporting process. We have an extensive range of reports available and all can be exported to XLS format or saved as a PDF document.
Question performance reports
See how your questions have performed over time or within a specific examination. The Item analysis report can be pored over and the charts create a visual view of how the question has been answered.
Examiner performance reports can be created to allow Hawks and Doves to be monitored. These results, along with their attendance, is held in their examiner record.
Item analysis reports with charting of each question used in an exam.
Candidate attendence and pass / fail reports. Overall results and station mean with pass or fail by station.
Often Colleges are asked to produce reports detailing aspects of your examinations for example; examiner profiles or curriculum coverage. These reports can be filtered by time periods.
Candidate results and feedback
Hawks and Doves
Statistical item analysis
Pass / fail report
Question performance over time
Mapping questions to curriculum competencies
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