Testmoz is a test generator that sports 4 question types, automatic grading, a really simple interface and detailed reports.
Testmoz is free, and does not require you (or your students) to register.
You can build a fully functional test in about a minute, so why don't you give it a try and generate a test?
And for a mere $20/year, you can unlock some potentially useful features.
4 Question Types
True/false, multiple choice, multiple response, and fill in the blank questions are available.
The neutral color scheme works with any business or school.
See the scores, averages and actual responses to questions. You can even export the data to CSV.
You won't find any text ads, banners, or popups.
Neither you nor your test takers have to register.
Prevent strangers from taking your test.
If that isn't good enough for you, for $20/year, you get:
- A place to keep track of all your tests (no more remembering test URLs)
- Email notifications when someone takes a test
- A public list of all your tests
- Unlimited questions per test
- Unlimited responses per test
- The ability to collect data from test takers with ungraded survey style questions
- A customizable student identity field (for example, you can ask for their student ID instead of their name)
- The ability to import questions from your other tests (to create a final exam, for example)
Create a password
You will use the password to edit the test and to view the reports.
Give your test a name, and set the various test options. The default settings are usually a good fit for most tests.
Write the question, specify the answer options, and mark the correct response.
A test URL (something like /123) will be generated. Just tell your students to go to that URL.
See who took your quiz, their scores, and averages.
I lost my quiz URL can you retrieve it for me?
I forgot my test password. Can you retrieve it for me, please?
No. There is no reliable way to determine that you are the real owner, and not a malicious user trying to hijack the test. If you paid $20 for an account, you can reset your account password here. But I say again, you absolutely CANNOT reset or retrieve your test's administrative password.
How many questions can I put on a test?
If you don't have a Testmoz account, you are limited to 50 questions per test. Testmoz members can add unlimited questions to a test.
How many people can take my test?
An unlimited number of people can take your test but if you don't have a Testmoz account, you can see 100 scores. Testmoz members can see all of them.
How long are tests stored?
For anonymously created tests, your data is stored for 730 days past the last time your test was taken by someone. So if no one has taken your test for 2 years, your test will be deleted. You won't receive any notification that your data is being deleted (since I have no way to contact you).
If you are a paying member of Testmoz, your data will be retained for as long as you continuing paying for a membership. If you stop paying, your data will be retained for an additional year, and then it will be deleted. You will get an email notification before it gets deleted.
How long has Testmoz been around?
Since August of 2009. And in that time, hundreds of millions of questions have been answered on Testmoz.
Can I add images, audio, and video to my questions?
The answer is the same as your response to my question: Do you know HTML?
Can Testmoz do...?
Use it and find out. It's a free application and takes less than a minute to create a (short) test.
How can I print a test?
Bring up the test like a student would and print it from your browser.
How can I print the answer key?
Go to the reports page for your test and click the "Answer Key" link.
Will you add a timer feature?
Can you add this really great feature to Testmoz?
I probably can, but unless it's really great, I won't. I need to keep this application simple, or people won't use it.
Do you have a phone number I could call for support?
Can I get a copy of Testmoz's source code so I can run it on my server?
Yes. The source code can be purchased for $10,000.
How can I contact you?
Since you read all the way down here, you are allowed to email me. It's firstname.lastname@example.org.
Testmoz is a simple test generating application created by Matt Johnson, an undergraduate student at Washington State University, Vancouver.
If you have a comment or need help, read the FAQs.