Monthly Archives: March 2012

WatuPRO Demo Exam 2

This is a demo of WatuPRO.

This exam reuqires registration to be completed. While the questions/answers are the same as in “Open exam”, they will be displayed all, each time, so the maximum point number is 15. On top of that you have only 3 minutes to complete it – it’s exam with a timer. Questions and answers are randomized each time. Once logged in, you can take the quiz many times. This is also configurable, as the admin may decide to disallow second taking of the same exam. Unlike the other demo exam, this one shows all questions on one page – which is also configurable from the administration.

Upon completion and receiving “Passed” grade (if you receive at least 8 points), you will be able to print customized “certificate“. It’s a simple one here, but you can use as complex and rich HTML as you wish.

You need to be registered and logged in to take this quiz. Log in

WatuPRO Demo Quiz

This is a demo of WatuPRO.

This demo quiz is open for everyone, no registration required. Three random questions are pulled each time, out of a pool of 5 questions.

This same quiz can be presented in completely different way, as shown in this example.

1. "Essay" (open end) question: these questions let the user simply write the answer. You may use them for manual evaluation of their skills, or to obtain some feedback as survey. But, you can also assign correct/incorrect answer. WatuPRO will check for match (not case sensitive) and if the answer matches one of your answers, the corresponding points will be assigned.

For example, consider the following question:

Which country in the world has highest population?(This is an open end question, but if you type "China" in this test exam you will receive 3 points. In other cases you will receive no points. But you can decide to assing negative number of points to some very wrong answers like "Luxemburg" for example).

Question 1 of 3

2. Test question one. This is a single-answer question. This means, only one answer can be selected.

You can of course add some rich HTML content to the question.

And this is done simply by using the WordPress rich text editor.

Question 2 of 3

3. A picture based question. Yes, you can upload pictures without any issues. What's this:

Red-eyed Treefrog, Agalychnis callidryas(We used Flickr embed code here but you can also upload local photos)

Question 3 of 3