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testMakPro2 is an algorithmically based test developer that has been extensively used on the web. The numerical variables and answers to each problem change every time its test's/homework's are accessed. No more passing the answers around. The problems can be chained together so that a particular type problem can be approached in depth. It uses up to three streaming changing variables. Students do not have to submit the result unless they are satisfied and can elect to redo the test. Both the student and the teacher receive a complete performance report. Extra Points: Each student gets a different assignment. Variable range is determined by you Assignment instantly graded and returned to the student complete with the correct answers At your selection the results are mailed to you (or use a cgi if you choose) Unlike some other test makers, ours comes with an automated equation creator. The assignments will run on any server and requires no server alterations , plugins or additional software. They will run on any computer platform that can run Netscape Navigator? or other JavaScript savvy browser Very fast results with no server load because all calculations are done client side The tool warns you if you miss a step. Entering units in the answer field will not invalidate the answer. In addition: The tool itself is compiled code. It has three changing variables. The variables are an integral part of the problem text not form fields. The student receives a complete printable report with the correct answer, the student's answer and the values for all variables so that the student can document their results. The instructor receives an identical report via email so that the instructor at their option can review the results and use his/her judgment as to correctness in close cases. There is no limit on the number of problems.
Price USD35
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File Size 922.01 kB
Version 1.2.4
Operating System Macintosh Mac OS X 10.2 Mac OS X 10.1 Mac OS Classic Mac OS X 10.3 Mac OS X 10.0
System Requirements Mac OS 9 - OS X 10
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