Imagine the incredible benefits of comparative judgement (CJ) at your fingertips, when you're ready, and at a scale appropriate to your needs.
Comparative judgement is changing, welcome to the world of CJ‑On‑Demand.
An altogether different approach to comparative judgement. Simpler. Faster. Better.
We’ve turned ranks into reusable rulers, and you can use those rulers to measure anything and everything. Comparative judgement can now be fully on demand at your fingertips ‘when-ready’. And you can be confident that you are assessing quickly and reliably to an accepted standard.
Use Adaptive Comparative Judgement (ACJ) to efficiently rank your items (documents, audio, video, etc) and create a reliable standard. Then simply flip the switch to turn your rank into a ruler. Share and re-use it as many times as you want.
Gather the work to be assessed
Rank your items using ACJ
Your rank becomes the ruler – just flip the switch
Share & reuse as many times as you like
Unlock new opportunities
Empower assessors and learners
Improve their familiarity with standards in an intuitive and engaging way. They can use the system to actively assess work, or simply use it as a training tool.
Streamline your assessment and overcome the CJ scaling challenge
Dramatically reduce the time needed to assess and standardise. Improved efficiencies empowers users to run assessments at a scale previously unattainable.
Provide a unique solution in a new market
Users need and want the brilliant rulers you create. Sharing them is good for everyone, including your own business or organisation.
To combat the challenge of assessing oracy, Assessment from RM partnered with the UK’s oracy education charity Voice 21, to explore the use of adaptive comparative judgement as a holistic and reliable way to assess oracy. Read more
To produce an authentic, innovative talent identification solution, Amplify Trading partnered with Assessment from RM to use adaptive comparative judgement in a peer assessment format to assess candidates’ ability to present complex conclusions in actionable ways. Read more