Teach2000 is a basic program that lets users create custom quizzes to aid with learning new information. Although the program is nothing fancy, it works just fine for creating basic drilling exercises.
The program's interface is quite plain, with a tab for Input and another for Tests, along with a few buttons and menus across the top. Users simply enter their questions and answers on the Input tab and then use the Tests tab to quiz themselves. The program functions much like an electronic set of flashcards, letting users practice the same set of questions over and over again. We liked that the program has repetition settings, including interval training, the repetition of errors, or the repetition of all questions. This is a helpful tool for anything that requires memorization, be it multiplication tables or vocabulary words. The program also lets users reverse questions and answers (helpful when trying to match words with definitions) and to set matching criteria, so that users may or may not be marked off for non-matching cases or punctuation. Users can stick to text for their questions and answers or insert images, audio, or video. A classroom test mode also lets users create and administer tests for an entire class. Overall, although the program wasn't flashy, we did find it fairly easy to use and effective.
Teach2000 is free. It installs desktop icons without asking but uninstalls cleanly. We recommend this program to all users.