Having the ability to create online tests and quizzes is a key aspect of remote learning. Fortunately, there are numerous apps. sites, and online resources available that allow for customized creation. Here are some of the best.
20 Sites for Creating a Quiz
Answer Pad - A student response system that also allows educators to quiz students to assess learning in real-time.
ClassMarker - A secure, easy-to-use platform ideal for creating embeddable quizzes, similar to ProProfs. The paid version offers more options for users.
EasyTestMaker - EasyTestMaker provides tools to generate a wide assortment of tests, including the ability to specially format tests and insert instructions.
Gimkit - A game-based remote and self-paced learning solution that also allows educators to create quizzes for students.
Google Docs (forms) - A user-friendly way for teachers to create tests and quizzes that can easily be embedded. Also offers real-time reporting.
GoToQuiz - A very simple site for creating a quiz that generates a unique URL for users.
involve.me - Helps users build quizzes that include a variety of features such as images and timers.
Kahoot - One of the most popular sites for gamifying a classroom and creating fun educational quizzes for the whole class.
Otus - An innovative all-in-one mobile learning solution in which teachers can create quizzes to assess learning and differentiate instruction.
ProProfs - Offers numerous templates and customizable features for building quizzes. The paid version offers tools such as student tracking, analytics, and privacy settings.
Quibblo - A fun, social media-friendly site that allows quizzes to be rated, shared with others, and embedded.
Quiz Game Master - A nice little platform that allows users to build quizzes that can be turned into online games.
Quizizz - Ideal for creating multi user quizzes that provide real-time results.
Quizlet - A popular site that covers a variety of subjects that also offers study guides, flashcards, and practice tests.
QuizPedia - A platform that allows students to create the tests and take control of learning by researching the answers.
QuizSlides - Users can build quizzes from PowerPoint slides and import results into a spreadsheet.
QuizStar - Offers quiz-building features such as multimedia elements and multilingual options.
Super Teacher Worksheets - Educators can find worksheets, printables, and generators for quizzes in a multitude of subjects.
Testmoz - A user-friendly site that offers four question types and generates unique URLs for easy distribution.
Triventy - Supports the creation of collaborative classroom quizzes.
David Kapuler is an educational consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in the K-12 environment. For more information about his work, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and read his blog at cyber-kap.blogspot.com