• The 10 worst passwords people still use

    3rd May 2017 | Reading time 2 minutes
    As well as being Star Wars day, May the 4th is also World Password Day! To celebrate, we've come up with a list of dos and don'ts to help make sure you stay safe online.
  • Top three benefits of e-marking

    25th April 2017 | Reading time 1 minute
    Marking exam papers onscreen has numerous benefits when compared to pen and paper marking. Don't believe us? This is what some of our customers had to say.
  • The best guides from around the web on the new GCSE 9-1 grades

    20th April 2017 | Reading time 1 minute
    We've scoured the web for the best guides on the new GCSE reforms to help ease your concerns about the way in which new GCSEs in England are being graded from 9-1.
  • 6 mistakes examiners hate to see

    10th April 2017 | Reading time 3 minutes
    From lack of analysis to illegible hand-writing, don’t let these common exam mistakes stop you from getting the grades you need.
  • Over 50 new enhancements: the latest release of RM Assessor

    7th April 2017 | Reading time 1 minute
    Thanks to your feedback, the March 2017 release of RM Assessor boasts new features and improvements for markers.
  • Drivers to e-marking

    27th March 2017 | Reading time 3 minutes
    As e-marking grows in popularity worldwide, we explore what drives awarding bodies to adopt e-marking, and why.
  • ATP Innovations in Testing 2017 – ‘leading the conversation’

    20th March 2017 | Reading time 2 minutes
    What can the e-assessment world learn from Disney? Tim Downie highlights the key points from ATP Innovations in Testing 2017, including the art of storytelling
  • Why do teachers become examiners?

    14th March 2017 | Reading time 2 minutes
    What are the benefits to becoming an examiner? We asked exam markers around the UK just that, this is what they had to say...
  • Meet six talented ed-tech experts… who also happen to be women

    6th March 2017 | Reading time 5 minutes
    It is widely acknowledged that there are few women in technology. We interviewed six female colleagues to find out what first attracted them to the sector.
  • Exam systems around the world

    28th February 2017 | Reading time 30 minutes
    Not all tests are created equal. We explore how exams vary world-wide, and how different countries assess their students’ abilities.