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Free Tools To create and Administer Quizzes

Free Tools To create and Administer Quizzes
Here is a compilation of some good web tools to help you create and administrate digital quizzes: 1- Yacapaca 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 Hot Potatoes is another awesome tool that allows teachers to create interactive quizzes. This one here requires a download. 3- Web Quest It is basically a Web-based software for creating WebQuests in a short time without the need for any HTML Coding. 4- Quiz Me Online This is basically a social network for students where they can create and take pre-made quizzes. 5- Learn Click Learn Click allows users to quickly create simple and online quizzes.The format of these quizzes is mainly fill-in the blanks. 6- Seterra This is a website that provides a wide range of geography quizzes. 7- Google Forms In your Google Docs account select Forms and start creating your quiz.

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