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Thunder Bay Migrates to 100% Virtual Certification Process Using Talview

August 13th 2021

Company profile The Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) is one of the 35 Public Health Units operating in the Province of Ontario, Canada. They are a non-profit agency funded jointly by the provincial government and the municipalities they serve. TBDHU oversees a geographic area of over approximately 230,000 square...

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Case study from Excelsoft, winner of E-Assessment Award for Best International Implementation 2021

July 27th 2021

A scalable and secure assessment solution to deliver exams across Mexico in a challenging environment Problem/Challenge Mexico’s pension system for workers and employers fund individual retirement accounts which are managed by private companies and regulated by the government entity. To ensure workers receive accurate and trustworthy information from the private...

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Case study from Cirrus: E-Assessment Award winner for Best Transformational Project 2021

July 26th 2021

Debuting a digital exam platform to the time-honored establishment of Chartered Accountants Ireland was nothing short of a monumental task, but Cirrus did not shy away from the challenge. Faced with the rising costs of testing centers and the fast-paced demands of a world going digital, Chartered Accountants Ireland knew...

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The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Works in Partnership with TestReach to Create and Deliver Secure Online Medical Examinations

June 9th 2021

The Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) is the largest postgraduate training body in Ireland and is dedicated to improving the practice of general medicine and related medical specialities. RCPI was established in 1654, and has a global network of 10,000+ Fellows, Members and Trainees who work across 29...

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Live Remote Proctoring Provides Comparable Outcomes to Traditional Test-Centre Proctoring Prometric-CARPE Study Finds 

June 9th 2021

Written by: Li-Ann Kuan (Ph.D. - VP, Assessment Services, Prometric) and Michael O’Leary (Professor – Director, CARPE/DCU) When the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of test-centre networks around the globe in early 2020, programmes that rely on test-centre computer-based testing as their primary mode of administration quickly...

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Going remote but staying close: keeping test takers at the heart of the British Council’s remotely proctored Aptis test.

June 9th 2021

Going remote but staying close: keeping test takers at the heart of the British Council’s remotely proctored Aptis test. Although technology undoubtedly enables testing solutions to reach more people in more places, the British Council noted some of the assumptions implicit in its remotely proctored Aptis test processes, and adapted...

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