Multiple Choice Quiz Maker Express
In order to get some facts straight, you need different opinions of people, to have some solid ground and examples. What better way to get answers than from the Internet, where anyone is almost a mouse click away. These forms are mostly found as quizzes, and you can build them with applications like Multiple Choice Quiz Maker Express.
Simple interface quickly gets you up and running
On the visual side of things, the application brings nothing new on the market, neither does it use any trending elements, but rather sticking to an old-school design and interface to make everything clearly visible and easy to access. However, this simplicity might make some users look for alternatives.
You’re thrown directly into the creation process, with the interface comprising of editing options, text fields, and different buttons for functions, with little navigation involved. This lets you create a quiz in a really short while, and with little effort.
There’s only one type of quiz you can create, just like the name suggests. Although five answer fields are put up by default, you can choose to add more, but can’t remove any of the existing ones. Don’t worry, leaving an answer field blank doesn’t make it appear in the final form.
Shallow customization and export options
Besides the quiz title, which stays the same for all active project pages, you simply need to write down the questions and answers. In addition, you can provide image support, and even multimedia files, but there’s a chance compatibility issues occur. When a question is filled with all info, pressing Next takes you to another question, until the quiz is finished.
Every step of the way is more or less similar. You can preview your work in a web browser at any given moment, to see if any tweaks need to be made. In terms of visual customization, you can only change font, background, and question marker image.
Import options are rather limited and only let you interact with other similar projects. When it comes to export, the quiz can be generated as Encrypted HTML document, plain HTML, MHT, or EXE. In addition, it’s possible to upload it to your server by providing the proper credentials.
A few last words
To sum it up, Multiple Choice Quiz Maker Express seems to have come out early, and still looks like in mid-stages of development. Controls are simple and the interface poses no accommodation problems, but the overall shallow set of options, customization, and not to mention a single question type, make practicality rather disputable.