• Quizzes

    Published on 22-03-2016 11:51
    A fun and competitive way to find out where the gaps are in your understanding of a subject.


    Every student needs to find a way of checking what they know and identifying where the gaps are. Quizzes are fun ways to test your knowledge.

    The TSR quiz tool allows you to create your own multiple-choice quizzes online. You can have as many questions and possible answers as you like.

    When you take the quiz your attempts are timed and a leaderboard appears when you finish, showing the fastest correct times. You have the chance to review your answers and see which were right and which wrong.

    Don’t fancy making your own? There are thousands of quizzes in the TSR Resource Library, covering every subject and level, which you can find here.

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    How TSR members use quizzes

    ‘I make up little quizzes for myself, then answer the questions over and over. Multiple choice quizzes are good for remembering facts’.
    ‘Once you have revised something, give yourself a mini quiz to refresh your brain. Do this at the end of the revision session, then at the end of the day, and then at the beginning of the next day. This will push it into your long term memory.’
    ‘I read my notes, then make bullet point headings and quiz. If all is remembered, I move on to the next topic. Then I do the same quiz a week later.’
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    Tips for making great quizzes


    • Make the wrong answers believable so the questions are really challenging.

    • Try to have at least 10 questions in your quiz to make it really useful.

    • Make some quizzes with your friends and test each other out.

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