rAssess – Self Assessment App
rAssess is a self-assessment platform that is developed with the purpose to ensure deep and effective learning. This app is designed to encourage learners to engage in self-learning in order to improve their knowledge and understanding of areas of their interests.
Learning deficiencies can be eliminated by suggesting the relevant topics and components that target the weak areas. Teachers and parents can track individuals’ learning and the result can be used to gauge teaching practices and optimize learning practices accordingly, specifically on basis of feedback on descriptive questions, which is not available in other apps.
It presently caters to students in grades 9-12, but it will be expanded to accommodate more grades and types of exams in the future.
rAssess is a self-assessment platform designed to encourage learners to self-learn and improve their knowledge and understanding of areas of interest.
The app is meant for students, teachers, and parents.
rAssess offers two types of exams: mock exams and self-assessments. The scores of mock exams are not added to the student's performance, but the answers can be seen before, during, and after solving the questions. On the other hand, the scores of self-assessments are added to the student's performance, and the answers cannot be seen before and during solving the questions.
The app offers constructed response questions (CRQs), multiple choice questions (MCQs), and full papers.
rAssess provides multiple levels of performance analysis, including overall student performance KPIs, subject-specific performance KPIs, and subject-question level performance reviews.
The app includes a leaderboard for the accumulation of class-subject-specific rankings and experience (XP) points.
rAssess allows users to answer descriptive questions and access feedback. The app can dispense descriptive questions and capture student answers using an on-screen question and through pictures that require phone cameras.
The app provides various controls for generating assessments, including subject, assessment type, question complexity, number of questions, time to complete, and topics to be tested.
rAssess suggests relevant topics and components that target weak areas, thus helping to eliminate learning deficiencies.
Yes, teachers and parents can track individuals’ learning progress on rAssess.
rAssess provides feedback on descriptive questions, which is not available in other apps.