Competentum Academic Assessment


With the team of top university graduates who are both scientists and educators, Competentum makes academic assessment products of the highest quality. Applying the newest technology, the team develops sophisticated and pedagogically accurate algorithms and creates resources that are widely recognized as the new generation end-of-chapter exercises. These assessment tools range from simple fill-in-the-blank worksheets to complex graphing and mapping of physical reactions.

Competentum Assessment Problem Type

Competentum can make your assessments exciting and dynamic with:

  • Multiple level questions.
  • Problem types beyond the common multiple choice.
  • Options ranging from drag-and-drop activities to graphing tools.
  • Complex problem types designed to assess student performance in virtual labs.
  • Specific content features, like step-by-step solution, answer-specific feedback, hint, or other supplementary material.
Competentum Algorithm-Driven Assessments

Algorithm-Driven Assessments

Building high quality assessments in eLearning enables educators to successfully judge the performance of their students. Using auto-gradable assessments, students and teachers can rely on unprejudiced results. With our expertise, we develop algorithmic questions with a sufficient number of different variations that have the same complexity. On a large scale, it is a great investment for institutions, as it reduces the time and effort to track student performance. Overall, grades get better with more teacher time spent on in-class support instead of laborious paper checking.

Competentum Assessment Integration

Assessment Integration

Competentum is familiar with the majority of proprietary and industry standard assessment platforms and can integrate innovative assessment features into your education environment. In addition to proprietary software integration, the team is able to incorporate externally developed tools into your resources. Some of the successful integrations are Box 3D, MarvinSketch, Jmol, MolDraw, Maple, and Mathematica.