Quizz is a powerful Perl script for generating multiple-choice quizzes for Web pages. Here are some of its features: Fixed or random questions, You can group questions together, and ask questions from a selected group, You can embed the quiz in the middle of other HTML pages, For each question, you can include optional explanation text which is displayed at the end of the quiz, Flexible format, and Easy to change. Quizz is for "fun" Web quizzes only - it asks questions and checks the answers, but does not keep any record of the user or their scores.
This is a simple "self scoring" questionare. Three questions are asked. Each question has a value of between 1-3. The points are added together giving a score of bewtween 3-9. The text message matching this score is looked up on a table of text messages, and is printed back to the users browser.
WebExam allows you to create your own multiple choice exams on the Web and, if you create an answer key database, it will grade the answers submitted by a user and gather all completed exams in a database.
Basically, through the use of HTTP cookies, it lets you set up a single text file of questions and answers so that any given student will only get any single question once. The questions are presented in a random order out of the list of questions the student has not seen yet. Once an individual has seen all the questions in the database, a message will appear telling the student that they have seen all the questions, and no more questions will be displayed for that student. Teachers can add questions and answers to the file through the use of an admin form. The admin form has spaces for the question, the correct answer, and up to 4 alternate answers to appear randomly in multiple choice or true/false format.
Quiz is a script, that processes and scores the users input to an HTML quiz page, allowing up to 25 questions. It gives you the option of having the user's results emailed to you, along with their name and email address. Quizmaster is a script, that creates any number of quiz HTML pages for you, simply by filling out a few HTML forms. The quiz HTML pages are then written to the server, where they can be accessed by anyone via the WWW.