Paper Pen Based Testing
SGM offers tried and tested pen and paper exam services. We understand the importance of processes in administering a secure and time bound exam and hence have given utmost importance to it. Organizations that have leveraged SGM services to administer its pen and paper examinations have achieved the following benefits:
- Widest reach; ability to administer pen and paper exams in 90 cities through 150 certified test centers
- Big pool of trained and certified test administers.
- Leveraging best practices from our experience of supporting Education, Government and Corporate requirements
We have the capability to consult with organizations that would like to migrate to the computer based model over a period of time. SGM has tried and tested processes across industry segments to enhance the quality of pen and paper exams that organizations administer today. Following are the key aspects of an pen and paper examination: Process:
Question paper and response sheet distribution
- Our process ensures that question papers are developed and printed in secure environments and shipped to the respective test centers on time.
Exam Center Admission
- Candidates are validated, verified against the details provided in the admit card and photographs are checked to ensure the details of the test taker and the examination are in sync.
Biometric Capture and Authentication
- Validation of candidate is done using Biometric Capturing and authentication.
Test Administration and Proctoring
- SGM understands the importance of following the core tenets of exams. Our trained and certified administrators maintain time and ensure malpractices are curbed. The administrators also offer all necessary clarifications to candidates with respect to the rules and regulations of the test.
- Candidate response sheets are reconciled, sealed and shared back to the exam control center in a secure manner. Timely, secure and complete transfer of response sheets is important for on-schedule and accurate results processing We use high quality and high speed scanners for processing results. These scores are then reconciled and undergo multiple checks before they are published.