Exam delivery

“By 2023 pen and paper will be a thing of the past.” Will this happen in the UK? Learn more about the problems with the current paper-based exams and how the UK could be falling behind in delivering a 21st century education system.
Moving from paper to computer-based exams
Looking to improve your assessment processes by adopting a digital examination system? Find out how you can overcome challenges such as having enough computers or a reliable network.
What does the future hold for e-Assessment? What is ‘speed learning’? Quickly find out the take-home messages from this year’s e-Assessment Question conference.
Running eOSCEs with digital exam software can greatly reduce the time and resources usually spent on OSCEs. Thinking about making the switch? Read more to find out about the benefits of going digital. 
Digital exam blueprinting - what is it, and can it work for all organisations?
Distributed exams, often also described as remote exams, are where the same exam is sat in a variety of different locations. For example, a candidate may sit an exam in their own home.  This is particularly relevant at present due to Covid-19. Our experience is that when you conduct an internet search on distributed or remote exams, you will only see the positives of running them, but we wanted to take a more balanced view looking at both the pros and cons of this method of assessment.
We are delighted to announce that we have won an Epic Games MegaGrant to explore the use of Virtual Reality (VR) within our Maxexam software. Epic Games launched these awards to reward companies ‘doing amazing things’ utilising Unreal Engine – a suite of development tools for people/companies using real-time technology. Maxinity is a key award winner and we will be using the funds received to investigate the use of VR in a clinical exam setting.