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What is Ebel, and is it right for standard setting your exam? We explain all in our latest installment of our Standard Setting Simplified series.
What is the Cohen method and is it right for standard setting your exam? Find out in the latest installment of our Standard Setting Simplified series.
What is Angoff and when should you use it? Get up to speed on the basics of Angoff and how the method is calculated in the second instalment of our Standard Setting Simplified series.
What is Borderline regression and when should you use it? Learn everything you need to know and whether it’s the right method to use in the first of our series on standard setting methods.
Standard setting is an essential process of delivering assessments. But what actually is standard setting? How do you know whether you are using the right standard setting method? Read the introduction to our standard setting series to become a standard setting guru.
Maxinity has been shortlisted for the International e-Assessment Awards in the 'Best use of Summative Assessment' Category. The submission uses as a case study the work we've done with the British Dental Association in transforming the way they run their exams.
Digital exam blueprinting - what is it, and can it work for all organisations?
Are you attending the ASME Annual Scientific Meeting this year? We are! Come and visit us at our booth for the chance to experience Maxexam yourself and to be in with the chance of winning a fantastic prize by taking part in the Maxinity challenge.
Worried about keeping your exam questions secure? Here are some top tips which we have gathered from 10 years experience of delivering secure exams, which you can put in place to maximise the security of your questions.
In this blog, we look to the future of assessment and explore what role technology may play in future exams. Could you be testing prospective students in a virtual world?
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.
You’ve probably heard the term ‘big data’ a lot recently, but what does it actually mean and how is it relevant to assessments? Big data is the term often used to define very large sets of data that can be analysed by computers to reveal trends and patterns. And over the past few years’ data has transformed the way we understand all aspects of education – including assessments.