Qpercom Ltd has a strong dedication to sustainability by actively working towards eliminating the use of paper in assessment processes
Qpercom used the WCAG’s set of guidelines that help make our assessment websites and digital scoring content more accessible to people with disabilities.
Qpercom secures NHS tender for award winning Multi-Mini-Video Interviewing and Digital Scoring System.
Qpercom has secured a €4.1 million tender for a groundbreaking new approach in recruitment to facilitate video based online Multi Mini Interviews for the NHS England.
Over the past decade, we have seen quite a lot of discrepancies between the marks on an OSCE scoresheet and the Global Rating Scale (GRS) with the feedback provided. The result is that students seem to fail looking at their scores, but pass or perform even better on their GRS according to their examiners. How come?
Qpercom has acquired Skills in Medicine, an online platform for the teaching of basic clinical skills in medicine, developed by Mediview, a Maastricht publisher in the Netherlands.
How an NUI Galway medical educator built a global company to provide reliable assessment insights to help examiners deliver more highly qualified doctors and healthcare professionals.
Qpercom’s Observe platform recently featured in a case study published by Academia.co.uk in conjunction with Apple and the University of Sheffield. The case study focuses on the use of iPads for assessment by the Medical School at the University of Sheffield.
A full list of feature enhancements and changes added to Qpercom as part of Minor Release 2.2.
In an online exam, students join the examination from their own homes via an external platform like Qpercom and are assessed by examiners who are also logging on from a remote location. Without being able to verify a student’s environment and their actions off-camera, can a secure exam, free from malpractice, be guaranteed?