Test Commander

Test Commander

Average User Rating:
1.9
out of 7 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    5
  • Total Downloads:
    33,890
  • Date Added:
    Jul. 01, 2005
  • Price:
    Free
  • File Size:
    9.86MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    12
  • Platform:
    Windows

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1 stars

"Easy to create, nightmare to use."

July 27, 2010  |  By Grey_Goose

 |  Version: Test Commander 5

Pros

Easy to create a professional looking test.

Cons

And then, you have to buy the testgrader program. It;s just an ASP file left out of the program. Except adding it to your files doesn't mean it works. Now maybe you need FileSystemObject.

Summary

In short, an incredible headache and it shouldn't be. I finally got the pictures to work with the questions, then I tried to get the thing to grade the tests like it does when I'm putting the test together. Except once it's put together you have to buy the program to get the grader to work, then you need FileSystemObject, and it turns into way too much work. Support told me to just run it on my website instead of my computer, which I was doing in the first place. Just too much work for what should be a simple program. Find something else and skip this one. I find it really hard to believe novice users put this on educational websites. They may have bought into the freeware, then discovered its huge shortcomings, like I did.

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1 stars

"too many windows"

September 13, 2008  |  By jouwhoo

 |  Version: Test Commander 5

Pros

you can print it

Cons

not worth my time. easier to create test in ms word

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3 stars

"Create you own tests, $ to publish them."

August 09, 2007  |  By Maranello2288

 |  Version: Test Commander 5

Pros

You must double-click on enter personal information when you start the program. See etestingsystems dot com . You can make multiple choice or true false questions. Each question has a space to give an explanation of the answer. You can print test papers that look just like the ones you had in school. There aren't many buttons and the buttons included are pretty standard so it should be easy to navigate the program. You can publish the tests to the internet but this may be a little more complicated for the plain old computer user. You have to have your own website and know how to put the html in the website. If you do get the test up on the web when the "finish test" button is clicked (as in someone took the test and wants to see his score) you get a 404 page not found error. In trying to solve this problem I found out that you must have another program called TestGrader. It costs $9 for unlimited use. See etestingsystems dot com . This is probably a good program for a teacher to print quiz papers with and for an html savvy person with a personal website who is willing to pay the $9 for test grader. Of course if you are that html savvy you could probably be writing your own tests from scratch and wouldn't be looking for an html generator. But if you don't want to publish the tests they can still be taken on your computer by other people.

Cons

The look is kind of boring. Mostly white. There's no good back button. Sometimes you have to press cancel to get back but I believe as long as you press save before cancel you will be sure to not lose any work. Pressing exit will always close the program so that you have to open it again but it loads really fast so it's not too big of a problem.

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1 stars

"Yeah,that was almost as useless as not studying."

February 16, 2007  |  By mesamike85

 |  Version: Test Commander 5

Pros

It didn't crash

Cons

It also didn't let me make a test, it only has a sample driving test. How useless. Also isn't very professional. 1/5

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General
Publisher e-Testing Systems
Publisher web site http://www.etestingsystems.com/
Release Date July 01, 2005
Date Added July 01, 2005
Version 5
Category
Category Educational Software
Subcategory Teaching Tools
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 95
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Download Information
File Size 9.86MB
File Name testCommander.exe
Popularity
Total Downloads 33,890
Downloads Last Week 12
Pricing
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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