Scantron (OMR) Processing

OTS Student Computing Services (SCS) provides test scoring using Scantron (Optical Mark Recognition) processing and report generation.

SCS is discontinuing scantron services

Options for testing/scoring

Due to a dwindling need for Scantron services, SCS is discontinuing services in Cook 35 by end of summer 2020. You can still use your department's exisiting scanners, or consider using Akindi, which is a modern and convenient alternative to Scantron. Plus, it's fully supported by the TU Blackboard team.

To learn more or to get started using Akindi, submit a TechHelp service request, or contact the TU Blackboard team.

Student Computing Services (SCS) provides test scoring using Scantron (Optical Mark Recognition) processing and report generation. To request Scantron processing, .

Supported Scantron Forms

  • SCS processes Scantron forms F-1712, F-289 and F-14501
  • Other Scantron forms, including the previously supported F-262 and F-166, can no longer be processed due to current software limitations

Where to get Scantron Scoring Forms

  • F-1712, F-289 and F-14501 can be found at the University Store
  • Forms can also be purchased directly from Scantron: (1) open the Scantron Website, (2) enter the form number into the search field at the top, (3) click GO. This will allow you to see the form and read its description. 

How to Submit Work to be Scanned/Scored

  • Complete and print the Scantron Grading Request Form (PDF)
  • Submit your request and associated Scantron forms at Student Computing Services in Cook Library, First Floor, Room 35

For more details or assistance with this service, contact Student Computing Services.

Adobe Reader Download button