Digital exams for Google Classroom

Trelson Assessment – the best tool for digital exams for schools using Google for Education, Google Workspace for Education, and Google Classroom

If your school uses Google for Education, Trelson Assessment is the best choice to do digital exams and assessments. It’s built on Google’s secure, reliable platform, which makes the user experience simple, familiar, and intuitive. Trelson Assessment also includes several smart features and tools for both students and teachers.

Digital exams the easy and secure way

Trelson Assessment is a digital knowledge reporting and teaching tool for schools using Google for Education. You can use Trelson Assessment for all kinds of assessments – assignments, homework, exams, tests, and national exams. Everything is done in a familiar environment, making it very easy for both teachers and students to get started using Trelson Assessment. No prior knowledge is needed, you’ll be up and running in minutes and save a lot of time straight away. Both teachers and students use their Google accounts to log in.

Locked mode helps students focus on their exams and prevents cheating

Exams are taken on the student’s device in a secure, locked mode that prevents communication with other devices. Teachers can monitor the student’s work in real-time. The student can continue working even if the network connection is lost. Everything is saved on Drive, even if your computer crashes or your battery dies.

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Digital exams for Google Classroom

  • For any type of assessment
  • Built for Google Classroom
  • Get started in minutes
  • Easy to use
  • Highest security level
  • Locked mode helps students focus and prevents cheating
  • Ability to create anonymous exams
  • Built-in assistive technology

For any type of assessment

  • Assignments
  • Homework
  • Tests
  • Exams
  • Knowledge tests
  • National exams

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