We’re proud that over 2 million exams taken each year worldwide are powered by our software.
We started out as a small team with great ideas and now we’re one of the world’s leading exam software providers – with great customers and ideas.
We lead the UK medical education market and are the preferred exam software supplier for 84% of Russell Group universities. Our software is used by institutions and brands globally.
With our new online exam platform we are making it even easier for organisations to create flexible, responsive assessments and exams that empower their candidates to grow. We work really closely with our customers, partners and other friends to continue to develop and enhance our software – so that it exceeds our customers’ expectations.
We’re really happy to be working alongside our customers transforming assessments!
“Rethinking our approach to question banking has paid off for the Faculty of Medicine. The visibility we now have over the entire online exam management process means we know where to improve – as educators we can see each individual question and exam and see at a glance how the assessment is performing.”
Dr Valérie Dory, McGill University, Faculty of Medicine
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