Remark Test Grading Cloud available to all instructors for free, including electronic bubble sheets for distributing and grading assessments.

In an effort to assist higher education instructors during the COVID-19 crisis with the transition from on-site to remote education, Gravic, Inc. is offering instructors a free 60-day subscription to its popular Remark Test Grading Cloud application.

Remark Test Grading Cloud is a hosted application for grading tests, quizzes and assessments. The application is typically used to create and print bubble sheets, which can be scanned and graded with any image scanner. As many educators are now working remotely, the application can still be used to assist with your grading tasks using our Electronic Bubble Sheet technology.

Using electronic bubble sheets, you can create a customized answer sheet that can include multiple choice questions, math grids, or open response items such as short answers or essays. Test forms can either be created as traditional answer sheets or the instructor can include question text and answer areas on the same form. Remark Test Grading Cloud can be used to email your students the test answer sheet as a fillable PDF file. Students can put their answers right in the PDF file, and then email the sheet back to the cloud for processing. Instructors will see the multiple-choice questions automatically graded, and can review and grade any open response items easily on screen.

Remark Test Grading Cloud includes powerful reports on student, class and item performance on the test, and is great for diagnostic and formative assessment tasks as well as for regular assessment.

Gravic is offering all instructors with a valid email address from an institution of higher education in the US or Canada the ability to use this tool for free through the end of May. Contact sales@gravic.com or call 1-800-858-0860 to get your free account. This offer is for individual instructors only. Schools looking for school accounts that would include connectors to Canvas, D2L and Blackboard should contact Gravic as above.

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