Evaluation of E-exam during Covid-19

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Mooad Imad Al-Shalout, Mohammed Rasmi, Mohammad A. Hassan


Electronic exam's' non-reliability is one of the most critical gaps in this type of exam, whereas any electronic exam is considered entirely unreliable. In addition to that, it is not protected and free from cheat. The continuous validation that the examinee is the one who solves the questions of the electronic exam permanently and continuously is the most crucial goal of this research. Many methods and procedures will be discussed, which will protect the validity of this type of exam. For example, one of these methods matches the student's fingerprint and takes random snapshots while taking the electronic exam in more than one format. In this research, it's proposed to use student handwriting during the electronic exams to built the value of validity. This way is considered one of the rare methods in the electronic exam. The research also tackles the process of reality for electronic exams through a fingerprint during the examination period. It takes random snapshots for the student without paying attention to him or appearing those pictures to the observer or correcting the exam. The difficulty of offering a safe and high-credibility exam and reducing the phenomenon of cheating requires excellent capabilities in some countries. It also needs prior arrangements and good preparation. It also needs to develop technological capabilities continuously in a high-cost material that may reduce the cheating rates in such a kind of exam.



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