The goals of this research are to (1) explain how instructors used E-Assessment during the COVID-19 epidemic. (2) To discuss how instructors dealt with the problems of using E-Assessment during the COVID-19 epidemic. In this study, the researcher used a Literature Review Approach to show the obstacles, benefits, and drawbacks of using E-Assessment. The findings of the study revealed that the instructors used Google Form and Google Classroom to analyse their students’ online work. The researcher, on the other hand, discovered why the instructors employed such tools. The characteristics of the social networking application, for example, were simple to use and familiar to the instructors and students. Meanwhile, instructors who want to evaluate their pupils online confront a number of difficulties. Misunderstanding of the instructions provided, internet connection, and difficulty in revising, particularly in essay questions, were all concerns with online assessment in this study. Students who were experiencing issues with their internet network connection received homework in the form of Microsoft Word over WhatsApp from their teacher. The teacher prefers multiple-choice questions over essays since they are easier to correct and evaluate. Furthermore, the final time for assignment collection was specified by the teacher in order to prevent students from cheating on their tasks.