Where a particular quiz appears in the search rankings depends on a combination of relevance to the search and quality. If you improve the quality, your quiz will rise up the search rankings.
1. Here is where to see the quality ranking. Note that although we show popularity, it does not affect ranking.
2. Click the Edit button. You only see Continue reading
This guest post is by Jez Thompson, Strategic Lead IT at The Open Academy in Norwich
Jez blagged a free trial of our J276 OCR Computer Science Practice Exams in return for a promise to write up his experience.
After reading How we cracked the auto-marking of GCSE short-text responses I asked Yacapaca for a trial.
Our Year 11 learners were privileged to trial Yacapaca’s ‘short-text’ artificial intelligent question practice exam questions; feedback from our learners was incredibly Continue reading
I thought you might enjoy some of answers your student have been giving to the short-text questions in our J276 GCSE Practice Exam module.
Actually, I don’t know whose students these are. The students’ responses are completely anonymised when we see them. As the first results to each question come in, we analyse the performance of the auto-marking algorithm and tweak the scoring rubrics to improve performance. In the process, we discover that student humour is alive and well…
- Describe the features of RAM. (2)
It can breed with sheep, they are fluffy and have Continue reading
Courtesy of https://www.flickr.com/photos/niexecutive/9570621018
The mainstay of most GCSE exams is the short-text question. For our new GCSE Practice Exams, we have developed a free-text marking engine that is robust enough to deal with real GCSE questions and, more importantly, real students. That system is now Continue reading
There are two apps that run Yacapaca quizzes; the original that uses Adobe Flash and the mobile version using HTML5.
Modern browsers typically give you the choice of which to use, but require specific authorisation to use Flash. So which should you use? Here are our current (Feb 2018) recommendations:
- Desktop or laptop PC: Flash
- Phone or tablet: HTML5
The HTML5 version was written to work well on Continue reading