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|Founder||William E. Sanders|
|Headquarters||Eagan, Minnesota, United States|
Scantron Corporation is an American company based in Eagan, Minnesota. Scantron provides products and services for assessments and surveys worldwide.
Scantron deals with forms printing and scanner manufacturing. It operates in 98% of the US school districts, 56 countries, 48 ministries of education, and 94 of the top 100 US universities. They are best known for their machine-readable paper forms on which students mark answers to multiple-choice test questions and the optical mark recognition (OMR) and imaging scanners that read them. To analyze those answers, the machines use OMR- and image-based data collection software. In addition to its forms and scanners, Scantron provides web- and desktop-based assessment software.
- Mark sense
- Tabulating machine
- Optical mark recognition
- Optical character recognition
- Course evaluation
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