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Online Quiz System is an intelligent prototype developed as a multiple choice question quiz system which is built as a Web based application scalable to run on both intranet and internet. Online Quiz System is intelligent enough and equipped with a level of automation to guide the students to get proficiency/become subject matter experts by taking the tests. Online Quiz System will help the department, to establish a collaborative online exam environment to conduct quiz/tests for their regular, as well as distant students, in an effective manner. It facilitates a user-friendly environment and reduces manual intervention as well as time. The core underlying automation of the Online Quiz System will generates questions and options on the fly basis and captures the answers from students into the database. It ensures that students will have the Mock Tests for practice, and can get the results displayed in their panel. The Online Quiz System is designed for three major roles. Those are: An administrator who controls all the level of roles and creates the tests. An instructor should be able to create test questions and manage tests. A student who is an end user for the tests. The main objective of the Online Quiz System is to efficiently evaluate the student using a fully automated system that not only saves a lot of time but also gives fast results. Technologies used to develop this website are HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for client side validation, C# & ASP.NET for dynamic content update. Microsoft SQL Server is used as a data base server for this application. The system has been seeded with about 300 questions that would allow generation of multiple choice questions of tester selected topics from an undergraduate class in relational databases. Grading can be done immediately, for student practice purposes, or if the exam is given simultaneously to student of a class, grading can be delayed until everyone is done with the quiz.

1.1 Background of the study
Quiz, they say is not a true test of knowledge.  In our contemporary society, this  axiom  holds  only  in  theory  but  not  in  practice.  quiz that is supposed to be conducted and evaluated in confidence is now seen with students even before the date and time the quiz is scheduled to take place.  History has  it  that  ancient  China;  was  the  first  country  in  the  world  that implemented a nationwide standardized quiz, which was called the “imperial quiz”. The main purpose of this quiz was to select able candidates for specific governmental positions. The imperial quiz was established by the Sui Dynasty in 605 AD and was later abolished by the Qing Dynasty 1300 years later at 1905. England adopted this quiz system in 1806 to select specific candidates for positions  in  Her  Majesty's  Civil  Service.  This quiz  system  was  later applied to education and it started to influence other parts of the world as it became a prominent standard (e.g. regulations to prevent the markers from knowing the identity of candidates), of delivering standardized tests.   There are  three  methods  of  quiz:  written  quiz,  oral quiz and physical fitness quiz. In written quiz we have the multiple choice questions.  Multiple choice  questions have two sub  categories. The first category is called True/False. This requires the student to choose all answers that are appropriate.  True/False  questions  present  candidates  with  a  binary  choice  -  a statement is either true or false. This method presents problems, as depending on the number  of  questions,  a  significant  number  of  candidates  could  get  one  hundred percent (100%) just by guesswork, and should on average get fifty percent (50%). The second category is called Best-Answer question.  This requires the student to only answer from a  list  of  options.  Other forms of questions in written  quiz include: Matching - a matching item is an item that provides a defined term and requires a test taker is to match identifying characteristic to the correct term. Fill-in-the-Blank -  a  fill-in-the-blank  item  provides  a  student  with  identifying characteristics and requires the student to recall the correct term. 
3 Essay - in essay, an item is given to a student. Essay typically requires a student to write a response to fulfill the requirements of the item. In administrative terms, essay items take less time to construct. As an assessment tool, essay items can test complex learning objectives as well as processes used to answer the question. The items can also provide a more realistic and generalized task for quiz.  Mathematical questions - most mathematics questions, or calculation questions from subjects such as chemistry, physics or economics employ a style which does not fall in to any of the  above categories.  Instead, most mathematics  questions simply  state a question and require the candidate to solve it, usually with marks given more for the steps taken than for the correct answer. Oral Quiz – is a type of quiz where the student is tested based on his ability to face a panel and answer questions by speaking. Assessment is based on how much the student can comport his/herself. Physical  Fitness  Quiz  -  is  a  test  designed  to  measure  physical  strength, agility, and endurance. They are  commonly employed in educational  institutions as part of the physical education  curriculum, in medicine as part  of diagnostic testing, and as eligibility requirements in fields that focus on physical ability such as military or police.
Manual Quiz System is replete with several problems. A cursory glance at  Manual  Quiz  Administration  System  reveals  cases  of  quiz malpractice and  other immoral  acts committed by students,  which violates the rules and regulations  of Universities  as it  concerns the administration  of quiz  as well as the human moral content.

Chapters: 1 - 5
Delivery: Email
Number of Pages: 67

Price: 3000 NGN
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