Optical mark recognition, Basic Computer Science

Optical Mark Recognition (OMR):

OMR is the scanning of paper to detect the presence or absence of a mark in a predetermined position. Now days, it is used as an input device for source data entry purposes.  

Universities and colleges often use OMR for the evaluation of OMR sheets for competitive exams. OMR sheets consist of multiple choice question papers and students are required to make a mark to indicate their answers.  OMR is used in the evaluation of questionnaires, surveys and university exam OMR sheets.   

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