Moodle test creator

This page allows incorporating to the Moodle question bank test quizzes written in any word processor. This script is especially efficient when managing a large number of questions, providing a quick way of bulk loading them.

See below how to use this page.



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Transform your questions

Paste the questions in the text area; the first paragraph should be the first question

Type of questions:

Single Answer     Multiple-Choice     Wise selection Each question shall be considered "Single Answer" type if it only has one valid answer, "Multiple-Choice" if it has two or more correct answers, "Short-Answer" if all answers are correct, "Numeric" if there is only one numeric correct answer, or "Essay" if an asterisk is the only answer.     Others Short-Answer; Single-Answer, but correct answers>1


Optional:


Wrong answer handling:

  Percentage that will subtract each erroneous answer in "Single Answer mode".

Weigh erroneous responses in "Multiple Answer". Each wrong answer will subtract its proportion to the total incorrect in the question. (Valid only for questions with less than 10 wrong alternatives).



Exam Identifier This code will appear -only for teacher eyes- in the query name. This code makes easier to identify and order queries in the Moodle Question Bank.

Name of the file to be generated (no extension)

ID or email (only donors):

Do not UTF-8 encode. If some characters are not displayed correctly, you can try to improve the result by checking this box. You will get a text file, which must be UTF-8 encoded using a suitable program. For this you can use the free text editor Notepad++: encoding -> convert to UTF-8 without BOM.


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Information and help

Type of questions managed


How to use this page


Examples of questions as they should be pasted in the text area


Number of questions converted until now: 1953394


Author: Manuel Vilas. Comments and suggestions are welcome