VCE Exam Simulator 3.2
Get prepared for your exams by practicing similar tasks. Generate the tests, customize them, and simulate them in realistic conditions. Set the title, passing score, time limit and specify the type for your questions, e.g. Multiple choice, fill in the blank, select and place, drop and connect, point and shoot, etc.
As its name implies, VCE Exam Simulator allows you to create tests and exams and try them before applying them to your students. Also, you can create your own tests to prepare yourself before taking an actual exam.
The program is divided into two different parts: VCE Designer and VCE Player. The former lets you create questions and answers to build exams. To do so, you only need to open a new project and add the corresponding questions and the multiple-choice answers. You can choose to create a standard or a case study-based exam. Also, you can set the amount of questions and the time limit to answer them.
Once you have created your exam, it's time to try and review it to see if it is what you need. This is where VCE Player goes into action. It lets you open the exam you created using VCE Designer and take it as if you were one of your students. To do so, you only need to select the desired exam and open it. You will see each question and the corresponding answers. The program lets you view the correct answer of each question to see if you got it right. When you finish the exam, the program will show you if you reached the minimum score to pass it. You can review those questions you got wrong.
Interestingly, you can share your tests with other VCE users. This is useful when use the program to prepare yourself before taking an actual test; this way, you will answer questions you may not have think of.
The two main disadvantages relate to the cost of the program. First, it is not very affordable. Also, it is subscription-based, meaning that you need to pay a monthly fee to use it. You can try the program before subscribing.
- Allows creating tests and questions easily and quickly
- Allows sharing tests between users
- Easy-to-use interface
- Not very affordable