The design philosophy behind the eSystem was simple – to create a world-class exam solution that provides users with as much flexibility as possible.
So, you choose the question format you need – multiple choice, single correct answer, true/false, short written answer and Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE).
And structure your question bank how you like – with multiple groups and unlimited subgroups. When it comes to delivering the exam, you can run secure digital exams or use the software alongside paper assessments.
These are just three ways we have designed the eSystem to be flexible – there are a host of other flexible features too. Take a look and find out.
Explore the key benefits of eSystem and how it can help your organisation
Run the exams you need, how you want – easily.
Choose from multiple choice, short written answer and OSCE question formats. And whether the exam is taken as a digital or paper exam.
You can even choose whether the software is cloud hosted or hosted on your own network.
Consolidate all aspects of exam management into one system with a single view.
You can then access, control, sort, analyse and create exams instantly – from anywhere.READ MORE
With our smart statistics tool and blueprinting functionality you can quickly identify where improvements to your assessments can be made.READ MORE
Candidates can take exams on the device that suits them – computer, tablet or phone.READ MORE
Remote access enables assessors and authors to manage their contribution from anywhere.READ MORE
The secure lockdown mode can be used on device running Windows or Mac OS X.READ MORE
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It takes significant amounts of time to prepare, collate and review examination questions. And finding out after your students have sat the exam that your questions have not performed as expected is disappointing.