Socrative PRO for higher education
Stimulate higher learning by tracking the real-time understanding of your students.
Turn every lecture into a two-way exchange with the app that gives you immediate insights about your teaching.
Quizzes, surveys, team activities, and content from educators around the world – all in one easy-to-use assessment tool. Best of all, the Socrative app is free for all students to use.
Socrative Pro for Higher Education: Key Benefits
200 students per room
Make your lesson plan more interactive and get up to 200 students involved and actively engaged at one time. That’s 150 more users than you get with the basic plan.
Restricted access with student ID
Everyone on the uploaded class roster can use their student ID to log into rooms you’ve created, making it easy to organize your classrooms.
Up to 20 private or public rooms
Set up different rooms for different projects, allowing students to access content in class or remotely. Share a unique code to allow new users to join rooms in your account.
Shareable links for easy login
Make classroom collaboration as easy as possible with shareable links that can be sent through email to every student in the course.
Launch up to 20 activities simultaneously
Create multiple quizzes, surveys, or mini-competitions to assess student comprehension and keep track of their learning in real time.
Socrative PRO for Higher Education includes many more useful features not available through the free version, like these:
Class roster import
Upload entire class lists through CSV or Excel.
Silent user hand raise
Encourage everyone to participate while protecting anonymity.
Keep your collection of quizzes and reports organized.
Socrative is always FREE for students!
Unlike other group collaboration tools and educational software, Socrative is free to download for students and non-administrators. One company account is all you need for everyone to benefit from its features.
I use Socrative in all of my courses and I love it. Socrative makes the classroom experience more dymanic and fun. The app allows me to transition seamlessly between lecture and classroom response activities. I can cover a concept and assess student understanding all with a few easy iPad swipes. Socrative’s flexibility allows me to design anything from basic review questions, to interactive guessing games, to thought experiments, to data collection for SoTL research. I have observed how using the app increases student interest and participation, making each lesson more valuable and enjoyable for everyone.
Daniel Herda, PhD
Assistant Professor of Sociology
North Andover, MA
Socrative is extremely helpful in my lectures. I use Socrative to create a quick quiz at the beginning of every session using multiple choice and short answer questions. I love Socrative since it provides a friendly platform for users. In addition, I can easily monitor and keep track of student progress and see the performance of the class. With the Pro account, I can open many different quizzes in different rooms. I also love the report functions of Socrative – it stores all the reports from the class and also provides some basic statistic on the performance of my students. This saves me much time in understanding whether my questions in the quiz are challenging to my students.
Former Adjunct Lecturer
Hoa Sen University
I have been using Socrative for many years in my classroom, my students love it! It makes my classes interactive, students are much more involved and especially the space race makes them ‘eager on the content’. I use Socrative to implement Just in Time Teaching and Peer Instruction. I have tried many students response systems, but have chosen Socrative because of its user friendliness (both for students and teacher), it always works (also very important!) and you can start simple.
Senior Lecturer Vehicle Dynamics & Control
HAN University of Applied Sciences
Arnhem, The Netherlands
I love the ability to create assessments and to use them in a variety of ways. I also appreciate the immediacy of feedback for me and for my students.
Larry Duffany, Jr.
Chair, Religion Department (SP), Adjunct Faculty in English/Humanities (AMC)
St. Paul Catholic High School AND Albertus Magnus College
Bristol, CT and New Haven, CT