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« on: May 27, 2008, 06:51:08 AM »

I 'm looking for objective based Exam simulator software(simmilar to Certification software)  that allows us to enter questions and answer in it..so i can test the progress of my nephew on some subjects..It could help me test myself on some of the C++/C objective questions as well....also is it possible to add multiple subjects based  in this simulator?


If you know any free-exam software simulator do let me know.. smiley
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« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2008, 08:19:16 AM »

i have heard of this program before but never used it.

http://www.freeexamproject.net/
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« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2008, 08:45:51 AM »

The Centre of Learning & Performance Technologies has a lot of information links: I'm sure you'll find something here.

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The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies provides a range of consultancy services, online workshops and resources to help learning professionals understand, implement and use new and emerging technologies.
  • Directory of Learning Tools contains over 2,300 tools that range from "traditional" course
    authoring tools to E-Learning 2.0 collaboration and sharing tools as well as tools for managing your personal learning. Find out what's been added this week.
  • Top 100 Tools for Learning has been compiled from the Top 10 favourite tools lists o over 150 learning professionals worldwide. We also provide an
    analysis of this list to show the state of e-learning today.
  • iTouch Learning is a specialist section of the website devoted to the use of the iPod Touch and the iPhone for learning and performance support. It includes a list of the top web apps for these mobile devices as well as tips and tricks and supporting resources.
  • Workplace Learning 2.0 is the use of new technologies for the personal and professional development of employees. Here we aggregate our resources and services to help workplace learning professionals understand and implement new learning approaches and tools.
  • Short Course Unit offers a number of general online workshops - An Introduction to E-Learning and the 25 Tools Programme - as well as online workshops for workplace learning professionals  to help them understand and implement Workplace Learning 2.0.
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« Reply #3 on: May 27, 2008, 06:58:24 PM »

You might check out Anki at http://ichi2.net/anki/index.html

It's a time-based repetition learning tool that monitors you as you progress. Don't let the homepage fool you into thinking it's just meant for learning a new language...i actually use it for lots of things, even math equations, but you need to install latex in order for it to render math stuff properly. Good luck! Thmbsup
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