Why go digital?

By not transitioning to digital, educators will miss out on improved assessment, efficient grading, reduced cheating, improved accessibility and also a reduced environmental impact.
why go digital

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Digital Exams vs. Traditional Pen-and-Paper Exams:

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Flexibility and convenience

According to a recent study, 62% of students and 67% of instructors find online exams beneficial. The former value the flexibility it offers, while the latter save time compared to traditional exams.
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A digital exam system can significantly reduce the time required for both students and schools. In a recent survey, 80% of teachers reported that digital exams saved them time in terms of exam creation and grading. Additionally, digital exams are completed 50% faster on average than traditional exams.
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Improved accessability

Students with disabilities or diverse learning needs find digital exams more accessible and easier to use than traditional exams. According to a survey, 68% of students with disabilities reported that digital exams provided better accessibility.
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The switch to online exams can result in significant cost savings for educational institutions. This is because online exams eliminate the need for physical resources such as paper, printing, exam halls, and storage. One of our customers estimated that their single institution could save more than 40% per year by switching to online exams.
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Lower environmental impact

Online exams have a lower environmental impact compared to traditional exams as they reduce the need for paper and other physical resources. Switching to online exams can result in significant paper savings, estimated to be up to 2.7 million sheets of paper for a single university.

How our platform is used

High + Low Stakes Exams (On campus)

Computer lockdown during exams. Offline compatibility. Quizzes and open-book assignments. 
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Digiexam is designed to reliably and safely power your whole exam lifecycle. 

High Stakes Exams (On campus)

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It is being used for high-stakes exams where security, integrity and live/Al monitoring are of the utmost importance.

High + Low Stakes Exams (On + off campus)

Swedish National Exams are today being conducted by City of Stockholm together with in-classroom assignments for over 50 000 users.