Quick Key – create, scan and automatically mark multiple choice quizzes.

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Create a range of quizzes, exit tickets or “do now” activities using your online account. Students then use the standard paper form (fig.1) to answer the questions, the teacher scans the paper and the results are saved online. It takes an average of two minutes to scan a whole class set of paper tests. Click here for a tutorial video for how to scan the tests.

You can also create online quizzes which students can access via Google Chrome and there is the function to create teams to add an element on competitiveness to the classroom.

Click the following links for video tutorials:

Fig.1 image from http://get.quickkeyapp.com/

Fig.2 image from http://ipadapps4school.com/2013/11/26/quick-key-turns-your-iphone-into-a-scanner/screen-shot-2013-11-26-at-3-52-24-pm/

  • Fig.2 how the forms are scanned and a ‘quick view’ of the results
    Fig.2 how the forms are scanned and a ‘quick view’ of the results

    Fig.1 standard 30 question paper form (100 question bet now available)
    Fig.1 standard 30 question paper form (100 question bet now available)
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