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Get up and running with our software training

Our professional training sessions ensure you get the most out of your software, quickly.

Onsite training starts from £750 per course – for up to six delegates. We’ll help you get to grips with your exam software, whether that is our eSystem or some of our older software products, like QuestionBank, MultiQuest and CliniQuest (OSCE) or a combination that suits you.

Depending on your needs and with the help of our trainer, you’ll be able to create and improve exam questions, evaluate the performance of your assessments as well as individual candidate performance, blueprint your exams and design and manage an OSCE. If you are using an OMR scanner, we’ll show you how to scan and score your assessments with your choice of software.

If you don’t have time for a training session and would like help with processing your exams, our bureau service will be able to help.

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Improve exam experience with a timely student feedback report

Anyone who has taken exams understands the desire for prompt results. However, today’s students increasingly demand more. They’re looking for constructive and detailed feedback that not only assists with their learning but also helps to improve future performance. If your existing exam processes make it difficult and labour intensive to provide student feedback, then it […]

Cloud Hosting Exam Software

Benefits of Cloud hosting exam software

With Speedwell’s eSystem exam software, there are two options when it comes to hosting; Cloud hosting, where we host it for you in the Cloud or you can host locally on your own network. The eSystem is available to purchase as a software as a service (SaaS) solution. Which allows you to operate the software […]

Case Study: University College London Medical School

Image courtesy of UCL Committed to changing the world for the better, University College London (UCL) has long been at the forefront of innovative thinking. Established in 1826, it immediately provided an open education in England to students of any race, class or religion. And in 1878 this was extended to welcoming female students on […]

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