in quia you can create as many questions as you'd like. After you add 20
questions, you can click the add button and add 20 more questions, then 20
more, and so on. The free account in quia lets you have the quizzes you
create for 30 days, then you have to pay (which is totally worth it, in my
opinion). Besides the great suggestions already given, you can also try
Kindest regards from Brazil,
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 1:57 PM, Dafne <dygonza@...> wrote:
> Dear Aiden,
> This is a very good one:
> ClassMarker is a free, easy to use, online quiz maker
> that marks your tests and quizzes for you.
> You simply create your quizzes and your learners or
> business clients take them online.
> Link directly to quizzes from your website or emails
> Randomise quiz questions and set time limits
> Have quiz results emailed to you and saved in
> ClassMarker to analyse
> Create multiple choice, true false, free text, short
> answer, fill in the blank and punctuation quizzes
> Add your own images to quizzes
> See you tomorrow in NY :-)
> --- Teresa Almeida d'Eca <tmvaz@... <tmvaz%40mail.telepac.pt>>
> > Dear Aiden,
> > Take a look at Proprofs <
> > http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/ >,
> > Interactive Exercise Makers <
> > > and Hot Potatoes.
> > I've been using Quia (paid) very successfully with
> > my students. I grade the
> > short answer exercises online and put the scores in
> > the wiki. Take a look if
> > you still have time.
> > http://6thgrade-07.pbwiki.com/
> > One favor: Can you let us knwo what feedback you
> > got? It's always very
> > useful.
> > Virtual hugs, (soon-to-be real hugs!!!!) :-))
> > Teresa
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > Does anyone know a free online quiz maker (short
> > answers) that also
> > > allows students to take it online, and generates a
> > report of their
> > > responses for grading (automatic grading would
> > also be nice)?
> > >
> > > Aiden
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