Develop a comprehensive picture of student success with easy to use objective tool for assessing subjective student work.

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ExamSoft’s new rubric grading functionality provides faculty with an easy to use tool for assessing all types of student work. Rubrics help faculty create an objective framework to evaluate subjective assignments and assessments, using the same categories mapped to learning outcomes they use today. Uniting the two types of measures enable faculty to obtain a comprehensive picture of each student’s strengths and weakness, all in real-time, all from a single integrated system.

Objective Assessments

true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank format...


Subjective Assesments

presentations, OSCEs, projects, essays, and clinical evaluations...

Here's How It Works...


Create Templates

Quickly and easily build templates for institutional consistency and to help meet accreditation requirements.


Link to Learning Objectives

Link rows to established learning objective categories for extensive reporting opportunities.


Easy Grading

Detailed scoring criteria and anonymous grading options help deter bias during the grading process for enhanced consistency.


Measure Performance

Instructors will have a comprehensive measurement of student performance so that they can assess student strengths and weakness, and assist with remediation.


Collect Assignments

Aggregate comprehensive data from both objective and subjective assessments.

Why Teachers Love It...

Save Time

Build templates for your most common rubrics and quickly and easily tag rows to learning objectives.

Ease of Use

Designed by faculty, for faculty, the intuitive system requires little to no training and revolutionizes the way rubrics are created.

Student Value

Clearly defined and release criteria to inform students of expectations up front and enable them to easily upload any type of assignment like essays, papers, art projects, videos and audio files for grading.


“Rubrics have always been a great way for us to evaluate students - we’re now making the push to use them within OSCEs and also for evaluating the evaluators, by tracking the scores they give. Coupled with the ease of use on iPad, rubrics will make perfect sense for us in evaluations of practicals and judgments.”
Bradley Marcum
Director, Academic Data Services University of Pikeville—Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine


Want to learn more? Download our Rubrics collateral for even more information about all of the great things you will be able to do with our Rubrics tool.

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