Product

Designed By Educators For Educators

Feedback on Working

Give feedback to the working, not just the final answer.

Reduced Workload

Save at least 50% of your time, and usually over 90%.

Analytics on Approaches

Receive data on how students tackle your questions.

No Programming Required

Ask complex questions without writing a single line of code.

Complete Consistency

Updating feedback changes it for all relevant responses.

Summary Feedback

Feedback is analysed and summarised for students.

Positional Feedback

Feedback can be given exactly where the mistake is.

Graphical Breakdown

See your students progress over time at a glance.

Colour Coded

Feedback is coloured to direct student's attention.

How Do We Compare?

6 Bit Education

Can give feedback on working
Analytics on approach
Freeform answer
Doesn't require programming
100% Consistent
Accepts handwriting
Personalised feedback
Scales with number of assignments

Multiple Choice

Can give feedback on working
Analytics on approach
Freeform answer
Doesn't require programming
100% Consistent
Accepts handwriting
Personalised feedback
Scales with number of assignments

Automatic Maths Grading

Can give feedback on working
Analytics on approach
Freeform answer
Doesn't require programming
100% Consistent
Accepts handwriting
Personalised feedback
Scales with number of assignments

Human Grading

Can give feedback on working
Analytics on approach
Freeform answer
Doesn't require programming
100% Consistent
Accepts handwriting
Personalised feedback
Scales with number of assignments

6 Bit Education

Multiple Choice

Automatic Maths Grading

Human Grading

Can give feedback on working
Analytics on approach
Freeform answer
Doesn't require programming
100% Consistent
Accepts handwriting
Personalised feedback
Scales with number of assignments
Graph showing 172 students approaches to a question

How does it work?

Here we have 172 different students answers to the same question. Our technology has allowed us to identify similarities in the different ways that students answered the question, and to group them together into a single method. This method then only has to be given feedback once, and all of those students will get the same feedback immediately. This reduces the number of scripts that have to be graded by an average of 50% (when using a class of 200 students).