I was searching for some easy quiz creators that I could use for students to create quizzes for their classmates. This is a great way for students to think about the concepts they have covered, revise what they and have fun testing their peers!
Here’s a run down on the quiz makers that I came across:
Quiz your friends: free, easy and effective quiz creator, unfortunately the ads make it inappropriate for classroom use. I’ve written to the creators asking if they can make it school-friendly. This would be perfect for students to create quizzes, no registration required.
Classmarker: Requires registration but is free. You simply create your quizzes and your learners or business clients take them online. Great for teachers to create quizzes for students, but not really suitable for students to create their own quizzes to exchange with each other.
Mystudiyo is a free quiz creator that enables you to build a quiz and add it to your site. Great looking quizzes with a choice of templates. As I learned from Larry Ferlazzo’s site, Sue Waters has great screenshots about how Mystudiyo works.
After writing this post, Larry Ferlazzo kindly responsed to my plea and directed me to a few more options.
Smile allows teachers and students to create quizzes, drag-and-drop exercises and sequencing events. The interface is very simple and clean, so very appropriate for student use.
Another extremely useful tool is to use google spreadsheets which enables users to create forms. These can be used as quizzes including multiple choice. See Anne’s instructions for form creation. I guess the only lacking in this tool is that it doesn’t give the sender the instant result of whether the answer is correct. Aside from that, it is a great way to create quizzes.