1 March 2013

Resources to Create Online Quizzes

As much as students would prefer no quizzes or tests, evaluation is part of the educational process just as evaluation and assessing is embedded in  life. I often remind learners that even before a teacher steps into a classroom, they are already assessing the teacher - sound familiar? Evaluating, assessing, judging  others  are part of our social lives whether we accept that or not. 

On the other hand, learners do need feedback and regular pop-quizzes function as reminders of what they have achieved and what they still need to improve. Despite not being in favour of the over load of examinations which students have to endure in so many parts of the world, weekly or bi-weekly tests/quizzes are helpful to learners, contributing to their continuous assessment. Bearing in mind that evaluation is part of formal education, here are some suggestions to create quizzes online.

Quiz Tree - great for K12

ESL Elementary - Quizzes and videos

Vocab Head  - K12

Fling the Teacher - Games and Quizzes

Quiz Me Online - Quizzes, Flashcards, Study Guides

Google Quizzes

Do you have a favourite which is not mentioned here?

Further Suggestions:

Blubbr - Create and play video quizzes

Create Gap-fill Exercises 

Free E-learning Quiz  Tool by Saffron

Games and Quizzes - Compiled by David Mainwood

12 Free Online Quiz Makers to Create Online Quizzes

Google Quizzes - a Screencast

QuestBase - Create online quizzes

Quiz Hub - K12 and compatible with iPads

Quiz Revolution - embed quizzes anywhere


Quiz Slide - Create quizzes from PDF or PPT


Word Master - BBC Learning English



Quipper Quizzes 


  1. Thanks for linking to www.learnclick.com. I just wanted to point out, that you can create all kinds of cloze tests, including drag&drop. The beauty of learnclick.com is the ability to view detailed statistics of how well your students performed. Many teachers appreciate the ease with which you can create quizzes and that you can insert images and multimedia.

  2. Thanks a lot!! Just what I was looking for. Now I don't know where to start!

  3. Nice list. I would add Infuse Learning to the list as well. A great free resource for educators. http://www.infuselearning.com/