Perceptions of E-Assessment Among Saudi Arabian Students of Higher Education

Abdulmajid Alsaadoun


The aim of the current research paper is to examine Saudi Arabian university students’ perceptions of electronic assessment (e-assessment) and what variables affected these perceptions. The study followed a descriptive design in which an online questionnaire instrument was used to collect data from the participants, 196 undergraduate students. The results show that most of the students have high positive perceptions of e-assessment. Furthermore, the results show that the participants’ gender, level of study, major, and GPA may influence their perceptions of e-assessment. Based on the results, a set of recommendations is presented.

Keywords: Electronic assessment, Perceptions, Saudia Arabia, University students

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/13-12-10

Publication date: April 30th 2022

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