tMaker :: Creating Pen-and-Paper Tests

Creating Pen-and-Paper Tests

You can use tMaker for creation of traditional "pen-and-paper" tests, which you can print out and use for testing without a computer (you will also have to assess these tests without using the computer).

The program features two modes of pen-and-paper tests creation. The test created in the first mode preserves formatting and embedded objects of its electronic counterpart. In the second mode only the text parts of the test are preserved, but this mode is sufficiently faster.

This is how the pen-and-paper tests are created:

  1. Open an existing test (or create a new one)
  2. Select the File/Create a pen-and-paper test menu item

In the window that appears you can make all necessary changes to the test, save it to a file or print.