Review: Create quizzes and tests with Free QuizMaker

Quiz them with this free tool for making surveys and graded quizzes.

Free QuizMaker helps you create quick surveys and quizzes. You provide the questions and the program does the rest. Although anyone could use it, it's a good tool for teachers. Free QuizMaker creates SCORM-compatible quizzes and surveys that integrate easily with Learning Management Systems such as Moodle.

Free QuizMaker's setup finishes with two Quick Start options: Create a New Graded Quiz and Create a New Survey Quiz. The program's user interface is based on its premium tool and favors Office apps with its "Start" button, Ribbon-style Quick Access Toolbar, and up-to-date rendering. The Tools menu has Import and Duplicate utilities and a Blank Slide tool with Image, Audio, and Video capabilities, and the Help and Support options include a Community Forum.

We needed answers to serious questions so we started by creating some survey questions ("Yes/No," "Pick One," and "Pick Many"), which appeared in the left sidebar. We could create graded tests with True/False, Multiple Choice, and Multiple Response questions, too. Clicking or hovering produced samples and info. for each quiz type. We could attach images and other files to individual questions, change the order of questions, and add as many answers as required; then preview the results. When our quiz was ready, we pressed "Publish" to save it in Word, an LMS, or My Computer and simultaneously open it in a browser window. We answered the questions, viewed the details, and reviewed the survey results. We did well! Yes, we knew the answers in advance, but we didn't know Free QuizMaker would ace its test, too.

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