OSCE Stations are marked by an examiner who monitors a candidate and completes a checklist. There are several phases to this.
Pick the station
If only one station is running, Rogo will; direct the examiner to it. If there is more than one, the examiner will need to pick a station.
The examiner clicks the name of the paper:
Pick a candidate
Once the examiner has clicked a paper, he sees the list of candidates. Bold candidates have not yet been marked: grayed candidates are marked. Clicking A-Z at the page header will jump to the relevant group of names.
Marking a candidate
The examiner then clicks a candidate. This displays the mark sheet. The examiner simply clicks a score in each row to mark the candidate. All questions must be scored.
The column footers contain a running count (not total) of the number of scores awarded so far.
Once the examiner has awarded all scores, he awards a clear pass, borderline or fail score. He also records any comments in the Feedback section: