Stakeholders’ Perception of Computer Based Test (CBT) Results’ Integrity for ExaminingUndergraduate Students in Public Universities in Ogun State, Nigeria

Computer – Based Test (CBT) of ers several benefits over the traditional paper-and-pencil or paper-based tests. Theadvantages of using computer technology for educational assessment are undisputable. However, researches haveshown that its adoption is faced with numerous result integrity challenges. It is against this backdrop that this studyinvestigates the stakeholders’ perception of the CBT result integrity in public universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. Adescriptive survey research design was adopted and the target population comprised all the stakeholders (ICTpersonnel, lecturers and students) from two public universities in Ogun State while the sample size of 30ICTpersonnel, 70 lecturers and 500 undergraduates were selected. Three research instruments namely: Lecturers’ Perception of CBT Result Integrity Questionnaire (LPCBTRIQ; r=0.74), Students’ Perception of CBTResult
Integrity Questionnaire (SPCBTRIQ; r=0.65) and CBT Personnel’s Perception of Result Integrity Questionnaire(CBTPRIQ; r = 0.82) were used for data collection. Data were analyzed using Mean Scores, Analysis of Variance(ANOVA) and t-test. Results showed that there is a significant dif erence in stakeholders’ perception of the resultsintegrity (F(2,597) = 363.150; p < .05) of the CBT system in use in public universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. It wasalso established that there is no significant gender dif erence in students’ perception of result integrity (t =-1.740; p(.082) > .05) of CBT system in use in public universities in Ogun State. It was therefore recommendedthat
developers of CBT system for public universities in Ogun State should put in place anti-hacking software, CCTVcamera, among others