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Moving from Paper Based to Computer Based Testing

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Moving from Paper Based to Computer Based Testing

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What You Need to Know

In response to technological advances and the changing expectations of test takers, many private, public and not-for-profit sector organizations have moved from Paper Based Testing (PBT) to Computer Based Testing (CBT).

Many test takers can now enjoy the convenience of selecting a date, time and location for a wide range of tests, rather than having to travel potentially long distances to centrally located test centers on specific days of the year. Organizations that have already moved or are moving their assessments to CBT, include ISACA, the Global Association of Risk Professionals, and the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner regulatory exams. However, we know that some organizations still have reservations and have been more cautious about making the move to CBT.

In this book, you will learn about:

  • The benefits of Computer Based Testing for organizations and test takers.
  • Common concerns about making the move to CBT such as data security & privacy.
  • The future of Computer Based Testing and the developments already in place such as multimedia and online proctoring.
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