|Creating a quiz, test, or exam, has never been easier. Design custom tests to evaluate and reinforce learning in any subject using a variety of question types: multiple-choice, short answer, list, order, true false, matching, fill-in-the-blanks.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:33|
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Creating a quiz, test, or exam, has never been easier. Schoolhouse Test makes a time-consuming chore a snap and almost fun. Design custom tests to evaluate and reinforce learning in any subject using a variety of question types: multiple-choice, short answer, list, order, true false, matching, fill-in-the-blanks.
You can even create an answer sheet for students to record their answers on and save the actual test document for future use. The answer sheet also makes for easy marking. Simply place a student answer sheet on top of the answer key on a lighted surface (such as an overhead projector) and you can score an entire test in seconds.
Schoolhouse Test is surprisingly easy to use with a very intuitive interface that lets you see exactly what the test will look like as you design it. Download the evaluation version of Schoolhouse Test and take it for a trial run.
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