Think Exam is a cloud-based exam solution that helps corporations, educational institutions and government agencies to create and assign tests and tasks, create and distribute instructional materials, generate custom reports and identify potential cheating.
Think Exam's features include candidate management, a central question bank, test taker panels, support for monetized test rewards and more. The solution helps users to create and manage multiple collections of questions. Questions can include unique descriptions and different difficulty levels, as well as a variety of question types such as multiple choice or short answer. Users can also add and import candidates, group similar users together and monitor candidate performance.
Additionally, Think Exam encrypts all communications with SSL encryption technology and offers mobile applications for iOS and Android devices.
Services are offered on a monthly subscription basis. Support is offered via email, live chat, phone and an online ticketing portal.
Rakesh from Triumphant Institute of Mgmt Education PVt Ltd
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
Easy deployment of tests over the entire country
Scalable as it is cloud-based.
Easy to deploy
API based results
quick turnaround of Customer service team
Jayadev from Innofex Solutions
Employees number: 2-10 employees
I wanted to get a professional way of assessment after my training program. Without spending much time, I found this software.
It took less than 20 minutes to explore the software and setup questions and go through entire cycle of creating candidate, creating questions, sending it to candidate, candidate appearing the test, viewing results etc. etc. So good in features, so simple to use, point to point. thanks to the team.
Ishika from Dovesoft
Employees number: 11-50 employees
The system is very smooth to use with a translational flow of information. You can create and assign test within a fraction. Worthy software.
No such cons. Would suggest upgrade this version with new and advanced features. Also in the system answers on online assessments can only be right or wrong.