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Free Tools To create and Administer Quizzes

Gone are the days when teachers would spend hours creating a single quiz. Technology has now facilitated the task making it very easy to generate quizzes very quickly and in different forms.The following are some of the best free tools available online that can help teachers create quizzes.



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 Just remember that no software would ever replace the human brain. The teacher might use these tools but it is he who knows what his/her students have been studying, their performance level and expectations. Use these tools as you see fit.


1- Yacapaca


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Yacapaca is a great web tool for educators. It allows teachers to have access to a plethora of already made quizes. They can also make their own using the provided tools there.



2- Hot Potatoes


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Hot Potatoes is another awesome tool that allows teachers to create interactive quizzes. This one here requires a download.



3- Web Quest



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It is basically a Web-based software for creating WebQuests in a short time without the need for any HTML Coding. I have been going around its main features and was enthralled by the great wealth of educational materials it has.



4- Quiz Me Online


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This is basically a social network for students where they can create and take pre-made quizzes. It is really a great learning tool for students for they can also be able to take notes, create their own flashcards and join study groups.



5- Learn Click


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Learn Click allows users to quickly create simple and online quizzes.The format of these quizzes is mainly fill-in the blanks.



6- Seterra


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This is a  website that provides a wide range of  geography quizzes. These quizzes can be downloaded and they cover  everything from  country identification to identifying physical geographic features like mountains, seas, and rivers.



7-  Google Forms



In your Google Docs account select Forms and start creating your quiz. The process is very simple and easy. You can choose between multiple choices questions and other forms. When you are done you can then download and share it.



8-Flubaroo


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 This a great tool for teachers. It helps them grade quizzes that they administer through Google Docs. It is also very easy to use and provides step by step directions for using the script.



9- Snacktools


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 This website offers several services to web users and among the things it has is Quiz Snack. This latter allows users to create free quizzes and polls and post them on their blogs or wikis.



10- Road to Grammar



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Road to Grammar has several educational resources such as games, quizzes and lessons for English language learners. There is feedback for each quiz here to show the learner whether the answer is correct or not.



11- Testmoz


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This a tool that allows users to create and administer multiple choice tests online. It also lets administrators see who has taken the test and how many questions they answered correctly.



12- Zoho Challenge


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 This is another tool that you can use to create and administer tests.. You can include either multiple choice or open-ended quesions or a both of them.



13- ProProf Quiz Maker


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 Using this tool teachers will be able to control which users can access a test and also be able to place a limit on how many times a test can be taken. Quiz takers can get feedback on their performance too.


14- That Quiz


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This is one of the oldest tools online. It is very known and many educators use it worldwide. That Quiz allows users to write and find quizzes that students can take. You can also share your quizzes with other teachers and check thiers. This is really a great website.



15- Quiz Tree


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This website provides a plethora of games and activities that you can use as quizzes with your students. Most of these materials are web based and some are even available for download.



16- Fling the Teacher


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This is a website that offers more than history quiz games. Each quiz has an average of 40 to 50 questions. Users need to create their own custom game character before they start using it.

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  1. Great list ...Two more to add to your list are
    1. Socrative which will connect through computers and any mobile device while exporting to a google spreadsheet student and class data: bit.ly/zM6Hil
    2. Quizlet on line which also has an android or Apple app to use in tandem http://quizlet.com/mobile/

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  2. Quizstar.4teachers.org

    An excellent website. All assessments are saved and can be used over or make simple changes. Good data reports.

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  3. My greatest struggle in creating tests and quizzes is finding a computer program that gives you the ability to use basic math symbols and format them correctly. It is very hard to set up a horizontal fraction bar for instance. Any sites for that?

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  4. You should try Quizlety for iPhone/iPad. It's a new app that syncs to your Quizlet account. You can add/remove favorites, view your classes, and even create sets right from your device. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quizlety-for-quizlet/id606183544?ls=1&mt=8

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  5. www.simplevle.com is a great tool for the following reasons.

    1. Its 100% free with no limitations on class size or number of tests
    2.. Teachers and students can create a facebook like profile.
    3. You can insert pictures or videos in test questions.
    4. You can create content for lessons, homework, etc.
    5. You can create a grading scale and track student progress.
    6. It is very user friendly and simple to use.

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