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Question about Online Quiz Software
VivixenneRemember your training, and we'll get through this just fine.Registered Userregular
Hello hello. Technical question here. As an activity for Anti-Poverty Week coming up in October in Australia, my group is looking to put up an online quiz.
The idea is that it asks multiple-choice questions and, after every answer, there is a Submit button or something, and the answer will pop up straight away explaining why they were wrong or why they were right. Then it's on to the next question. (Hence why SurveyMonkey will not do the trick.)
Does anyone know of free (or cheap) online software that can do this, preferably one that doesn't require people to login to see their answers? Or, if not, can anyone point me in the right direction for how to actually WRITE this software on my own? It won't be too complicated and I have my own domain and server that I can run it on... it's just a question of actually executing it.
The software would not have to store anyone's answers or anything like that.
Any help at all would be great. Thanks in advance!