Track: Undergradute Research Competition
This research studied the preferences and opinions of the University of Jeddah students towards electronic exams, also reviewed the statistical differences in opinions towards electronic exams between students according to the factors of the study, gender, major, GPA, and educational level. The method of the research is the descriptive-analytical method. This study focuses on many aspects and classifications that would measure the ability to adopt electronic exams instead of paper exams. The sample consists of (1084) students at the University of Jeddah. The sample was selected from different faculties majoring in humanities and sciences. The researchers used an electronic questionnaire seeking students’ opinions towards electronic exams to collect the data analyzed using SPSS software. The results indicated that the preferences of the University of Jeddah students towards electronic exams were positive. There are no significant statistical differences in preferences and opinions towards electronic exams among students according to gender, major, GPA, and educational level. Eventually, the researchers presented some recommendations that encourage adopting electronic exams and keeping up with a continuous improvement in the educational process.