The world’s best psychometric software, in your hands

Improve the quality of your assessments by implementing best practices

What is Psychometrics?

It is the Science of Assessment.

That is, it is scientifically studying how to better develop, analyze, and score assessments – regardless of how they are used.  Our software helps you apply best practices and sophisticated analytics to drive the psychometrics behind your assessments.

Automates the work of a psychometrician by creating classical test theory reports in Word, with all images and tables already inserted; extensive reliability analysis, subscore analysis, and distractor analysis

Complete item response theory analysis with a user-friendly UI that lets anyone learn IRT.  Moreover, it automatically creates reports as a Word document, with all images and tables already inserted!

Performs CAT simulation research essential for development of adaptive tests; simulation studies predict how a CAT will perform for your org and provide crucial validity evidence

Automated test assembly allows you to easily assemble fixed forms that are parallel with respect to content, statistics, and equating blocks; TestAssembler saves many hours of manual labor!

A single, comprehensive ecosystem for developing and delivering high quality assessments. Advanced psychometrics injected throughout the entire lifecycle, including polytomous IRT!

Ada is our next-gen platform for assessment development, designed to be smarter; includes automated item generation, automated Iteman reporting, and more.

We’ve got free tools too.

Software For Investigating Fraud in Testing: find security issues like copiers, cheating, bad test centers, and brain dumps

A free spreadsheet for basic psychometric analysis; designed for those just learning concepts like discrimination and reliability

Confused about how IRT can score people on a z-like metric? This shows everything graphically, in real time.

This helps you set a defensible cutscore with the Contrasting Groups Method.

Assemble parallel linear forms with respect to difficulty, Angoffs, and reliability.

Coming soon!  Evaluate important aspects like Beuk Compromise and inter-rater reliability.