Summative Assessment with RM Compare

Assessment of learning is important, but it can be time consuming and it is often difficult to know how your students work compares to others regionally or nationally. RM Compare offers a fresh, highly intuitive and time-saving approach - one that shares the burden of marking, boosts accuracy and provides insight into local, regional and national standards.

Assessment of learning is important, but it can be time consuming and it is often difficult to know how your students work compares to others regionally or nationally. RM Compare offers a fresh, highly intuitive and time-saving approach - one that shares the burden of marking, boosts accuracy and provides insight into local, regional and national standards.

Reducing teacher workload

Faster marking

RM Compare offers a quick and intuitive way for teachers to share marking and moderation responsibilities within or across multiple institutions, reducing individual teacher workload. It provides insight into individual and group performance and enables teachers to gain insight into how their students' work compares to the overall standard.

More reliable results

More reliable results

Reliably assessing open-ended student work can be challenging, particular for long-written responses. However, the pair-wise comparison approach used by RM Compare has been specifically designed and proven to boost marking accuracy, typically delivering +90% assessment reliability.

Protection against bias

Protection against bias

RM Compare utilises in-built intelligent marking calibration to ensure all student work is assessed fairly. This approach automatically moderates marking on-the-fly, significantly reducing unconscious marker bias and increasing overall assessment accuracy.

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