This article describes the 2023 released OSCE version


  • Available to OSCE Exam admins and OSCE Examiners
  • Exams optionally grouped into diets within an event
  • Number of stations, examiners and candidates summarized in overview
  • Start date and status of the exam visible


This entire section applies to OSCE Exam admins only

Create OSCE exam

  • Start by providing name and start date
  • Optionally, associate with a diet

Configure OSCE exam

  • Add form stations and rest stations
  • Overview highlights if there are form stations w/o form, which is an error
  • Overview shows if form has optional fields, allows multiple submissions, or isn’t configured for borderline regression, all of which are allowed but may not be desired
  • Add examiners
  • Optionally define candidate groups
  • Publish the exam to indicate readiness

Add students to exam

  • Candidates added or imported, simliar to written exams
  • Candidate code and group fields are specific to current OSCE exam


For examiners and exam admins


  • Overview of stations
  • Graphic shows number of submissions and percentage of candidates marked (both may be interesting in the case of multiple submissions per candidate)
  • Call to action: Mark station
  • ”View submissions” to be implemented


  • Admin prompted to close exam when all candidates are marked
  • Force close prior to this is possible from settings page


  • Pick a student and fill out form
  • Photo ID capability
  • Progress bar (if single submission per candidate)
  • If groups are in use, progress within group is displayed as well
  • If single submission per candidate, already evaluated candidates are grayed out in list


  • Track the progress of the exam and spot anomalies
  • For single submissions per candidate a tick box is shown on marked stations
  • Option to show score instead of whether station is marked

Overview multiple markings

  • For stations where each candidate is marked more than once, viewing ”markings” yields the number of markings
  • Score always shows the highest score
  • An additional option to view score variance is available

Post processing

This entire section applies to OSCE Exam admins only

  • Once exam is closed, call to action for examiners is to grade stations
  • Other views still available to make any data manipulations required


  • Candidate scores and grades are listed
  • Admin sets a pass mark for the station and whether candidates are required to pass this station
  • When applicable, global score is shown in table and pass mark from borderline regression is calculated

Grading: manipulate data

  • Click on a candidate in grading table to view the submission
  • Edit tags, delete or edit marking


  • Instead of number of stations marked, stations passed is counted
  • Exam grade column added
  • In addition to markings and score, station grades can be shown
  • Optionally set pass mark based on total score or number of stations passed