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We invite you to review 15 tools available on the internet, so that you can expand your resources in the creation of evaluation instruments and have more time to carry out all the administrative tasks, typical of the beginning of a new school period.

Learningpod –  is an online test bench with more than 48,000 questions. Teachers can remix, yield, and print tests for their students.

Proprofs:  its free version offers to create an unlimited set of contests, surveys and questions. The paid version also offers student tracking, privacy settings, and others.

ExamTime:  provides job tools to help you study.

Socrative:  The well-known Socrative is a “smart” student response system that allows teachers to engage their students through a series of educational games and exercises using smartphones and tablets. It works both with an app or in any web browser.

Google Forms:  the well-known surveys can even be “auto” – adding in the “if” itself in the underlying spreadsheet. Google Forms allows you to create many different types of questions, it automatically collects user names and results, and then sends the data to a spreadsheet. If you use the tool called Flubaroo it is even easier to rate them. Google forms also has many public templates with some tests that have already been done, which can be used and modified.

Questbase –  Allows you to create quizzes, tests, assessments, or get survey and poll feedback, free of charge.

Thatquiz:  is a free non-commercial resource for teachers and students. The interface allows you to do your own tests to work or review any topic. In multiple languages.

Testmoz:  With this tool you can generate automatically graded online tests with types of 4 questions. There is no need to register to create tests.

Polleverywhere –  for classrooms of 30 or less it’s free and unlimited. Especially interesting for polls that promote opinion and understanding. The results can be embedded in a web page and the update is in real time. Responses can be sent via text message, or Twitter.

With  mqlicker  you can turn any networked device into an easy tool to allow students to respond. It has good support for smartphones and tablets, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, and Kindle.

With  onlinequizcreator  you can generate an exam or assessment in less than five minutes.

Gnowledge – This  is a new free site designed for creating and conducting tests and exercises. Features include sharing tests and results with the social network, tracking progress, scoring an appropriate level test in a subject or grade.

Questionpro: They  have a free academic license. One of the most interesting aspects is that it allows for question branching, so depending on how a student answers a question, their “itinerary” may be different.

Surveyanyplace:  allows anyone to create mobile surveys and quizzes by getting students “hooked”. Here  you have an example.

Quibblo:  online questionnaires. You can also create surveys, polls, and personality tests. Very appropriate for blogs, Facebook or MySpace!

Mock Exams to Test Your Knowledge

GoConqr’s online test generator tool allows you to test your knowledge throughout your learning process:

First of all, before you start studying a subject you can test your knowledge about a subject of study.

Online test examsOnce the academic year has started, you will be able to monitor your level of assimilation of the topics studied to know which areas to reinforce and which ones you already master.

And finally, in the period before the exam you can use our online tests as an exam simulator. In this way you will be able to simulate an exam scenario in the most realistic way, getting used to answering a multiple choice exam, multiple choice questions or true or false style questions within a time limit and considering the weight assigned to each question.

On the other hand, if you prefer not to have to spend time creating online tests, GoConqr makes it easy for you to discover thousands of practice tests created by others or shared with you by classmates and teachers. In this way, you will save time while challenging yourself to get all the test answers right with questions posed from another point of view.

All this functionality helps you to review for the exams and we hope that also with your grades! So sign up now for free and see if it works for you.

How to Review for Exams

Reviewing for exams is difficult to master, but the important thing is to know what can be done. However, it takes effort, dedication, and time to make sure you cover all the areas that may come up on your exam. Here are some tips for test success.

Plan your studies

Planning is an essential component of reviewing to prepare for an exam. You may have the best study resources in the world; you’ve befriended the nerds in your class to access their notes, gotten hold of a chiropractic-approved desk, and ordered industrial quantities of energy drinks, but none of this is of any use if you don’t finally sit down and You spend time studying! Your brain needs time to process all the information it is absorbing. If you dream of an A or honors degree, and all the pride that comes with it, make sure you have a PLAN!

Tips for Preparing for Exams

Delve into the Key Issues

Students have it raw; The scope of the subject that goes into the exams is vast and a lot of material needs to be covered. For this reason, many students skip from topic to topic, only scratching the surface of each topic. It is much better that you take a topic and go as deep as possible into it. Put each topic in context, gain a good understanding of it, and only then move on to the next one.

Once you have done the same with the rest of the topics, you can compare and contrast them, and only then will you get a unique vision that will allow you to get more note. If you do this, it will not matter which question comes up on the exam because you can answer it. Not because you can bombard a list of dates, or remember a specific formula, but because you understand what they are asking you… there is a big difference.

Practice with Practice Tests

It’s a cliché, I know. But practice makes perfect. Before any exam you should familiarize yourself with the exam structure, the types of questions, the scoring system and how you will manage your time. The best way to prepare for this is by doing mock exams or practice exercises. Practice with individual questions or entire sections. Make sure you answer as well as possible.

The more familiar you are with the structure and style of the exam, the more your answers will improve. Once you feel comfortable, take a mock exam in a real exam setting – turn off the phone, don’t talk, time the test and be honest.

All this functionality helps you to review for the exams and we hope that also with your grades! So sign up now for free and see if it works for you.