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Do examiners mark mainly in the evening? Does the time they mark affect the quality of marking? How can we use data to improve the speed and accuracy of the marking?
Exam boards in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia meet to share best practice and discuss the future of assessment technology.
On Friday 15th November, the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) will host its annual Star Awards ceremony. RM Results is delighted to sponsor the event for the fourth year running.
From 22nd– 27th September, I’ll be joining education leaders from around the world to share innovative ideas on educational assessment at the International Association for Educational Assessment Conference (IAEA).
SoNET’s end-to-end assessment platform, Assessment Master, will augment RM’s existing e-marking capability in RM Assessor, enabling us to offer a world-class end-to-end digital assessment service to new and existing customers.
The accountancy industry is increasingly investing in and adopting new technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) in order to automate manual tasks, making their existing workforce more efficient and creating new, higher skilled job roles in the process.
There are more than two million chartered accountants and students around the world. Each motivated to using their expertise to contribute to economic growth and sustainability.
The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) today announced that a third of their National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) exams will be marked digitally from November 2019, under a new partnership with RM Results.
As in many parts of the world, students across much of the UK are investing more than ever before in their own higher education. As such, the need for this investment to return value to the student (as both the customer and the consumer) is critical.