Assessment Gourmet

Assessment Gourmet is a complete assessment solution that has been developed by experienced psychometricians, content experts, and educational technologists to gather all assessment features and tools in one place ready for the use of the educational and assessment institutions. It manages all summative assessment processes starting from establishing courses, identifying assessment plans, creating item-banks, designing test blueprints, authoring items, assembling test-forms, scheduling test-sessions, and reserving test-takers, delivering online tests/quizzes, managing paper-based tests administrations, scoring test-takers' answers, managing test-takers' constructed response items, and generating results and statistics for both test-items and test-takers. In other words, it manages all the processes from assessment design to test-takers' grades.

Science proof

features and algorithms are based on deep analysis of the science of education, psychometrics, and information technology


Admin., Banking, PBT, CBT, IBT (At-home), Proctoring OSM, statistics and reporting


LMS, SIS and others


SHA (Hashing) , AES (256 bit), Security Key & Users & privileges


platform: Test development, Delivery (CBT/PBT), OSM, and Classical/IRT Reporting.


to different types of institutions: universities, colleges, ministries of education (schools), and examination centers.

Data Analysis and Reporting The item-banking system allows users to enter the statistical values directly on the system or upload them using MS. Excel files. Templates are downloadable from the system. Statistical values include CTT and IRT indexes in addition to user-defined fields. The system has technical reports for items, tests. It also can be integrated with the other modules to generate results and reports for students using specific benchmarks/cut-offs.

The user can build questions by selecting an item type from a variety of question types on the platform. The platform supports the automatically scored questions (such as multi-choice, multiple responses, matching, cloze-test, short answer) and manually scored questions (such as an essay). It also supports creating task-based questions (a passage and related questions). The task types cover reading scenarios, listening scenarios, video/multimedia scenarios, and Objective Structured Exams (OSE).