Summatic helps students learn core Biosciences concepts through authentic questions and interactive graphical explanations with courses in Quantitative Skills and Statistical Methods for Research.
Assessments and Analytics
Summatic’s assessments challenge students to answer authentic Bioscience questions. Automated grading and analytics keep departments up to date with student progress.
Summatic’s interactive learning aids bring Bioscience to life, allowing students to visualize complex concepts interactively.
Efficient Learning Loops
Random question variants and instant feedback on attempts help students to progress, ensure they can successfully complete a question before moving on.
Preparation and Regular Assessments
Ensure incoming students have the necessary quantitative skills to start strong. Regular term time assessments then maintain progress.
A full textbook of relevant materials is provided, with interactive content to explain and simplify quantitative concepts.
The course takes students all the way from GCSE Maths revision to a first year Bioscience course, including optimization and statistical analysis.
Statistical Methods for Research
Full Worked Problems
Unlike other online solutions which ask simple multiple choice questions, Summatic asks multi-part questions where students go through the steps to solve an extended problem.
The platform generates random datasets for students to analyse in their software of choice. This gives students extensive practice in applying scientific techniques to data.
The course gives textbook-aligned question coverage of all common topics in intermediate Biosciences, helping students to have a full theoretical and practical grounding in Research Methods.
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We ran a diagnostic with the Economics department for 850 incoming students, which received 91% engagement, helped students to practice and learn required prerequisite material, and gave the department detailed analytics on a large cohort which had not done external A Level exams.