The CTIL Online Exam Team support the use of Questionmark OnDemand (QMOD) for online exams and class tests both during and out with the official exam diets.
Schools can create questions and assessments in QMOD themselves (e-mail the Online Exam Team to request an account) or can request that the Online Exam Team create them. For information on how to send your exam paper to the Online Exam Team, please see our Sharing QMOD exam papers guide. The Online Exam Team are responsible for scheduling the assessments to the appropriate group of students, including any applicable extra time requirements.
All QMOD exams and class tests (including the April/May exam diet) which would previously have taken place in an invigilated setting in an IT suite will be delivered through My Dundee Exam Modules in academic year 2020/21.
Note: QMOD exams will not be proctored or have lockdown browsers enabled.
Please complete and submit the CTIL – Online Exam Request for every QMOD exam at least four weeks before it is due to take place.
There is scheduled monthly Questionmark maintenance on Saturday 15th May therefore no Questionmark exams should be scheduled in this time, including one that starts on Friday 14th May and ends during the maintenance window.