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Date:   January 7th, 2020

Whether you’re shopping for examination software for an educational institution or to use in corporate environments, the scalability of the software should be taken into account. Unfortunately, this option is often pushed to the back or not prioritized as others. These other options include features like security, white labeling or even pocket-friendly prices. These are higher up on the list of requirements. Scalability is often viewed as an afterthought.


Date:   January 3rd, 2020

Best Practices to Make a Quiz Making a quiz for your students is an art. It helps teachers asses how well a student understood the lectures given to them regarding specific topics. It also helps you find out how well you were able to transfer knowledge to your students. Quizzes and tests have been used for centuries by teachers. However, the way they are conducted and made has changed over time, thanks to online testing software. Now, you can make a quiz easily and quickly. The students can also take the test from anywhere and at any time using online testing software.


Date:   December 31st, 2019

When it comes to examination software, the features it has should be the biggest priority for you. Yes, the budget you have and the price are important, but they should not be the only factor you base your choice on. Knowing what key features to look for can make things a lot easier for you.
That’s why we’re going to take a closer look at different features that examination software should have. The following are the ones we think add more value:


Date:   December 27th, 2019

Tips to Create the Perfect Quiz

Making a quiz is often one of the most difficult tasks for teachers. Sometimes, it is due to the fact that the course is too complex and they have to juggle through a lot of books and other sources to come up with the right questions. At other times, it is because the teachers in question are a perfectionist and you want to create a quiz that can truly test the skills of the students. They want the quiz to be rewarding for their students so that they can learn the most from them. While a quiz certainly does have its advantages, many teachers struggle with giving scoring the responses accurately. Not only can the scoring of the quiz items be difficult, it can also be challenging to come up with questions that can truly test the IQ of the students based on their decision-making skill. In such a scenario, it is important that those designing the quiz look for assistance. Here are a few tips and tricks that can help you:


Date:   December 24th, 2019

Let’s face it: standardized tests and quizzes have become a debatable topic in the industry of education. With so many parents and teachers arguing that students invest more time in taking tests than actually learning, it may seem crazy to suggest that instructors test their students even more.

Although most formal assessments and standardized tests might not always be ideal for students, online quizzes have the power and potential to encourage learning among students. This conventional way of testing students encourages them to learn and apply knowledge while helping instructors with the instant grading feature.

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